Sign Out from OneDrive devices

OneDrive is a cloud-based storage service provided by Microsoft that allows users to store and access their files from anywhere. However, sometimes users may face issues with signing out from OneDrive devices. This can be due to various reasons such as forgetting to sign out from a device, using a shared device, or simply wanting to revoke access from a device.

If you are facing such an issue, here are some steps you can follow to sign out from OneDrive devices:

1. Sign in to your OneDrive account on the web: Go to the OneDrive website and sign in to your account using your Microsoft credentials.

2. Click on your profile picture: Once you are signed in, click on your profile picture located in the top right corner of the screen.

3. Select “My account”: From the drop-down menu, select “My account” to access your account settings.

4. Click on “Security & privacy”: In the account settings, click on “Security & privacy” to access your security settings.

5. Scroll down to “Device activity & notifications”: Under the security settings, scroll down to “Device activity & notifications” and click on it.

6. Review your device activity: Here, you will see a list of all the devices that have accessed your OneDrive account. Review the list and identify the device(s) you want to sign out from.

7. Click on “Sign out”: Once you have identified the device(s), click on “Sign out” next to the device name to revoke access.

8. Confirm your action: A pop-up window will appear asking you to confirm your action. Click on “Yes” to sign out from the device.

9. Repeat the process for other devices: If you want to sign out from other devices, repeat the process for each device.

By following these steps, you can easily sign out from OneDrive devices and ensure the security of your account. It is recommended to periodically review your device activity and revoke access from any device that you no longer use or trust.


We hope that these steps have helped you sign out from your OneDrive devices successfully. Remember to always keep your account secure by regularly reviewing your device activity and revoking access from any device that you no longer use or trust. If you have any further questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to Microsoft support for assistance.

Athena Estudy

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