The year 2022 proved to be a rollercoaster ride for Netflix. During the whole year, Netflix saw many ups and downs. Netflix added new subscription plans at times, and it experienced a period during which it lost significant subscriber share. This may be due to people using their friends’ Netflix credentials instead of buying a separate Netflix account.

Netflix subscription plans start with a minimal amount, however. But still, some users prefer to use their friend accounts. It is acceptable for the account owner, but it becomes problematic when he wishes to suspend the account for a specific user but unfortunately cannot. Therefore, if you are one of these users, follow the guide to get rid of it.

How to Sign Out of Netflix Remotely – Step-by-Step Guide

Previously, there was no remote option to log out of any device. But the condition persists, and developers finally announced on Tuesday that Netflix could be signed out remotely. Meanwhile, Netflix account holders can now log out of any device from anywhere. I understand that’s a pretty cool feature, but it’s still a challenge for those who don’t know how to do it.

However, there is no major change except a minor change in account management. The minor change can be a big deal for someone who is always trying to get his friends’ Netflix. But as a novel feature, many users do not know how to sign out of Netflix remotely. For this reason, below we are sharing some steps to do so.

Note: The brand-new remote sign-out feature is available on Android, iOS, and the Web. Therefore, you can follow this guide on all of these platforms.

  • Simply launch Netflix on your device.
  • Tap on your profile in the top left corner.
  • Now tap the hamburger menu and then account.
  • After that, scroll down and select the manage access & device option.
  • As a result, a list of devices logged in with your account will be displayed.
  • Now choose the device you want to sign out of and tap on sign out.
  • In this way, you can remove any device using your Netflix account.

Aside from that, Netflix recently updated their revised policy, which will charge you an extra $2.99 if someone uses your account. Netflix has previously tested its service in Costa Rica, Chile, and Peru. More likely, it will be applicable from early 2023. For now, these are Netflix’s updates. If you still have questions, feel free to ask them below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. How do I remove one device from Netflix?

Ans. Consult the instructions above to do so.

Q2. How do you sign out of Netflix on someone else’s TV? 

Ans. Follow the steps mentioned above, except choosing a specific device and selecting the sign out all devices option.

Q3. Can you kick someone off Netflix without changing their password?

Ans. You can do this by following the steps mentioned above.

Q4. How can I see what devices are connected to my Netflix account? 

Ans. Follow the above instructions to see the devices connected to your Netflix account.