Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Millions of people rely on Netflix each and every day, and it's becoming so ubiquitous that we may end up not knowing where our account is being used. Thankfully, there's an easy way to fix it.
Considering we can watch Netflix on smartphones, tablets, computers, smart TVs - not to mention all the media players and other devices out here - it's not hard to imagine you can occasionally get in a situation where you may have lost access to one of these devices with your Netflix account. It may have been something as simple as selling your TV (to buy an OLED TV, of course;) and forgetting your Netflix account was logged in.
Fortunately, you do not have to go through the situation of contacting the person and asking them to please sign out of your account; All you have to do is head to your Netflix profile, access your account data, and there you will find an option that allows you to sign out off all the devices (which will also affect the device you're currently using).
You will need to re-enter the data on all devices, but at least you will know exactly which will have access via your account... until the time comes to use this option once again.