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When you create Stack Exchange accounts and you want them tied to a Google account, when you log into your Google account you get taken to a separate page where it asks for permission and whether you want the setting to be remembered.

I am wondering how I can access the page which lists what accounts are tied to my Google account and have set to remember.

I think it's about time I went in and see what accounts I am not using and get rid of them.

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Go to:

https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens?hl=en

Alternatively, click Account » Security » Connected Applications and Sites. You will be prompted for your password. After that, you're shown a list of all sites you've used Google to authenticate with:

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