A practice that has become very common nowadays is to create accounts on apps/websites linked to the profile of Facebook or from Google’s own email. In addition to making creation easier and faster, it also speeds up the login process, so the user only needs to enter the profile on the social network and open the linked apps.
If you’ve already done this in many apps, know that there’s a way to see all of them and even unlink the ones you no longer use. With that in mind, Mundo Conectado has prepared a tutorial for you who want for some reason to remove these applications and websites linked to your Facebook account, whether for privacy reasons or any other reason.
It’s always good to remember that the tutorial below was done in the Facebook application through an Android smartphone, but the same step-by-step goes for iOS devices and through the browser on the computer, of course, with some interface changes between them.
How to remove apps and websites linked to your Facebook account
- First, log in to your Facebook account.
- Then go to the bar Menu, located in the upper right corner.
- tap on option Settings and Privacy.
- Afterwards, select settings.
- Now, on this new page, scroll down until you find the options for permissions and tap apps and websites.
- When the tab opens, go to the app in which you want to remove the Facebook link and tap the Arrow (icon >).
- Finally, in the tab of the app in question, tap on the blue button written To remove.
Okay, this app has been removed and no longer has a connection to the social network. You can do the same procedure with other apps normally.
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