How to Secure Your Discord Account: Check and Log Out of Devices

Discord has become a popular communication app for gamers, communities, and friends.

With millions of users logging in daily across various devices, account security is crucial. You can take control by learning how to log out of Discord on all devices when needed.

This locks down your account, prevents snooping on private chats or servers, and stops settings from being changed without your knowledge.

View Devices Logged Into Your Discord Account

View Devices Logged Into Your Discord Account
View Devices Logged Into Your Discord Account

The first step is checking where your account is accessed from. Here's how:

  1. Open Discord on your computer or mobile device and log in.
  2. Click/tap the gear icon by your profile to open User Settings.
  3. Select Devices in the left menu.

You'll now see details on apps and devices logged into your account.

This includes the operating system, location, app type, and last active times. Look for unknown or unusual logins.

Log Out of Specific Discord Devices

Found an unfamiliar device? Log them out instantly:

  1. In Devices settings, click/tap the X icon next to the device name.
  2. Enter your account password when prompted. Provide your 2-factor authentication code too if enabled.
  3. Select Log Out and that device will be signed out remotely.

Log Out of Your Current Discord Session

To log out of the Discord app or website you’re actively using:

  1. From User Settings, choose Log Out in the left menu.
  2. Confirm by selecting Log Out in the pop-up. This signs you out right away.

Log Out of All Devices on Discord

For full account control, use Discord’s nuke option to force log out everywhere.

  1. Go to User Settings > Devices.
  2. Scroll down and select Log Out of All Known Devices.
  3. Enter password and 2FA code when asked.
  4. All remote sessions will close immediately with no way to stay logged in.

Change Discord Password to Sign Out Everywhere

Changing your password signs you out of all locations too. It lets you reset account access:

  1. In User Settings, choose My Account.
  2. Select Change Password.
  3. Enter your current password, new password, confirm new password.
  4. Press Save Changes.

You'll now need to log in to devices again using the fresh password. Great for a security refresh.

Enable Two-Factor Authentication

Enable Two-Factor Authentication 
Enable Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds extra account protection by requiring a six digit verification code during login along with your password:

  1. Under User Settings pick My Account.
  2. Choose Enable Two-Factor Authentication.
  3. Follow on-screen prompts to set up 2FA using an authenticator app or SMS.
  4. Saving 2FA settings will log out all locations.

Review Backup Codes

When activating 2FA, Discord provides ten single-use backup codes to log in without the six digit code in emergencies.

Copy these someplace secure as you won’t see them again.

Stay Vigilant Going Forward

To keep your Discord account safe:

  1. Don't sign in on public, borrowed, or unfamiliar devices.
  2. Use a strong, unique password. Consider a password manager app.
  3. Enable two-factor authentication for an extra account security layer.
  4. Frequently check devices list under User Settings and remove any you don't recognize.
  5. Change password occasionally or when suspicious activity occurs.
  6. Never share login credentials or backup codes.


Following this Discord security guide locks down your account across all devices when required.

You’ll also know exactly where and when your account is being accessed from anywhere