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Is it possible to set a time out for my Google account to sign out my Google session in any device?

I'm worried about not sigining out all my sessions, specially at the work desktop.

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Isn't anybody worried about this question?, I think it's really critical and could lead to devastating consequences. – fedayn Aug 2 '13 at 10:14

I don’t know how or even if it’s possible to set a time out, but you can always sign out of all other sessions from the desktop version, by going to Last account activity (lower-right corner, under the emails list) → DetailsSign out all other sessions.

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Hi Alex,I know about that feature from gmail, but that's not my question as that procedure is totally manual and I'm trying to overcome my "memory leaks" – fedayn Jul 30 '13 at 12:44
up vote -1 down vote accepted

It seems that google doesn't have the feature I'm looking for.

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The closest feature I've seen for it is the Inactive Account Manager. – fedayn Sep 13 '13 at 10:48

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