We all know that keeping our Facebook login secure is very important. We should definitely be concerned about the security because we really don’t want to mess up with our friends, family and relatives. A stranger can write senseless comments on the wall that can make life difficult. You can spend endless hours on Facebook and it may happen that you’re on a public computer or a friends computer and forgot to log out from Facebook. Walking away while the facebook login session is active can be a dangerous situation. Fear not, here’s the solution to this problem.
To prevent such incidents, Facebook already has a remote logout option hidden deep within its plethora of settings. There are so many settings in facebook that a user can easily get confused searching for the right option. With this option, a user can end session of any number of computers where he/she has logged in before. Thus, a user would not be able to access that facebook account from that particular device and location, if the session has ended.
To access this section, navigate to Account > Account Settings > Security > Click on Active Sessions.
From here, you’ll see all recent and active sessions. Each session shows more information like last login/accessed time, device name, approximate location and device type (browser used to access the site and operating system).
To logout from facebook (end any active session from this list), user just needs to click on end activity. This will end the current active facebook session and if tried to login again from that device, then facebook will ask for login credentials again.
This can come in handy when you’ve forgot to logout from facebook and want to end that active session. This can end/shut down the unauthorized login before trying to reset your password.