Voot is a popular Indian video streaming platform owned by Viacom18 that offers a wide catalog of TV shows, movies, original series and more.
When you are logged into Voot across different devices like mobile, desktop and smart TVs, you may eventually want to log out from everywhere.
Let’s look at the steps to log out of Voot from all devices when you want to fully sign off or switch accounts.
Why Log Out of All Voot Sessions?
Here are some common reasons you may want to log out of Voot on all logged in devices:
- You are sharing your Voot account with family and want to limit devices.
- Switching between different Voot viewer profiles on the same account.
- Securing your account before lending a device to friends or family.
- Troubleshooting account issues by resetting your sessions.
- Wanting to completely sign out before deleting your Voot account.
Logging Out on Mobile and Tablets
To log out of the Voot app on your iPhone, Android or tablet:
- Open the Voot app and tap on your profile icon.
- Select the “Logout” option.
- Confirm logging out on the pop-up message.
- Close the Voot app fully after logging out.
Logging Out on the Voot Website
If you are accessing Voot on your laptop or desktop via the website:
- Go to the Voot website and click your profile picture.
- Click on “Logout” to sign out of the website.
- You can also log out by closing the browser tab after use.
Logging Out on Smart TVs and Devices
To log out of Voot on your smart TV, gaming console or streaming device:
- Open the Voot app and go to your profile.
- Find and select the “Sign Out” option.
- Confirm signing out on the confirmation message.
- Close the Voot app fully after signing out.
Forcing Logout of Voot on All Devices
To force logout of Voot on all remote sessions:
- Log into your Voot account on the website.
- Go to account settings and find the “Logout from All Devices” option.
- Click the button to sign out of all your active Voot sessions everywhere.
Managing Multiple Voot User Profiles
If you have multiple viewer profiles on your Voot account, like for family members, you can switch between them without fully logging out each time. Simply select the profile icon before starting streaming.
Logging out fully is needed when you want to limit device access or switch Voot accounts completely.
Resetting Your Voot Password
If you want to secure your Voot account, you can reset your password after logging out from all devices:
- Go to the Voot website and click Forgot Password.
- Enter your registered email address.
- Follow the reset password link sent to your email.
- Sign back into Voot with your new password.
Voot Account Deactivation
For extended periods away from Voot, you can temporarily deactivate your account:
- Log into the website and go to account settings.
- Choose to deactivate your Voot account.
- You can reactive anytime with your credentials.
Deactivating is better than deleting if you may return to Voot.
Security Best Practices for Voot
To keep your Voot account and data safe:
- Always fully log out after each Voot session.
- Don’t share or reuse your Voot password.
- Use a strong and unique password.
- Enable two-factor authentication if offered.
- Monitor devices for unknown logins.
- Beware of phishing emails or links.
FAQs About Logging Out of Voot
Does simply closing Voot log you out?
No, you have to specifically choose the logout option as Voot stays logged in the background after closing.
Can I use Voot at the same time on multiple devices?
Yes, you can be logged into Voot on several devices simultaneously with no restrictions.
Does logging out delete my Voot data?
No, logging out just ends your session. Your account data like watch history is stored and recovered on your next login.
Can I recover my Voot account if I forgot my password?
Yes, you can reset your Voot password by using the Forgot Password option and verifying your registered email.
Logging out of Voot properly on mobile, web, and other devices ensures security, allows account switching, and fixes issues. Remember to fully logout of your active Voot sessions before lending any device or completing account administration.Sharing Is Caring: