One of the coolest things about the internet is the interconnected ecosystem of apps and services that can be accessed via different devices at different places and be synced throughout. However, if you’re using the Snapchat app on a colleague or a friend’s phone or are using it on a public computer, it’s highly recommended that you log out of your account before you leave the device and it can be accessed by someone else.
Both the Snapchat app and Snapchat’s (account) website on PC or browser have an option to logout of your Snapchat account and here we discuss how to exactly do that easily.
How to logout of Snapchat app?
Go to the Snapchat app’s camera homepage and follow the steps mentioned below.
- Tap on the profile icon at the top-left of the screen.
- Then on the next page, tap on the Gear (Settings) icon at the top-right of the screen.
- On the next page, scroll down to the bottom and tap on Log Out under Account Actions.
- On the confirmation pop-up prompt, tap on the Log Out button.
If you haven’t saved your login credentials (username and password) to the app in your device, you’ll see an additional prompt titled Save Login Information. If you would like to save your login information on the device so that you don’t have to enter it the next time you log in, then select Yes or else select No.
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How to logout of Snapchat on PC or browser?
If you’re accessing your Snapchat account from your PC or a browser on your smartphone or tablet to make changes to your account settings like your password, managing the apps and devices running your account and can’t find how to logout, check out our easy one-step guide below. If you’re using a public PC, make sure to logout of all your accounts.
Click on the hamburger (three horizontal lines) menu icon and then on the Log Out button. You’ll be logged out of your Snapchat account on the browser.
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Yatharth believes social media is the coolest thing to have happened to humankind — connecting across borders. He writes about Apple, gaming and social platforms and also indulges in offbeat tech stuff from time to time.
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