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Are you worried about the security or the number of devices with access to your Grey account? You might want to explore tracking the number of logged-in devices on your account. In this article, we’ll show you why tracking logged-in devices on Grey is important and how to do this.
While it might seem like a hassle, tracking the number of devices and log-in sessions you’ve had on your Grey account is very beneficial.
For one, you can prevent unauthorized access to your Grey account - even if you initially gave them that access.
Here’s an example -let’s say you logged into your account on a device that doesn’t belong to you. If you forget to log out of that device, this feature is a way to track that. You can also remove their access from your account.
In the long term, it helps you avoid fraudulent transactions before they even happen. We also recommend enabling two-factor authentication to add an extra layer of security to your account.
Ready to start tracking all devices logged into your Grey account? Here’s how to do this on both the web and mobile app;
To remove the device from having further access to your account, click on the trashcan icon at the right. You’ll get a prompt similar to the one below. Tap on remove device to finalize this action.
If you enabled two-factor authentication, they’d have to get a code to log in - even if they have your password.
Please note that you cannot remove a device if it’s the current device you’re using to view this.
Tracking your devices and sessions on Grey is essential in securing your account and preventing unauthorized access. By monitoring the devices logged in, you can remove any that you do not recognize and ensure that your account remains secure.
Additionally, by enabling two-factor authentication, you can add an extra layer of security to your account. Try it now
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