Do you think you forgot to disconnect your Twitter account from a device? Do not panic, the social network offers, like Facebook, an option within its settings allowing you to view the connection history of your account on all your devices, but above all to disconnect your account remotely.
The operation takes a few seconds and will disconnect you from all the devices except the one on which your session is active. Here's how to do it.
1. Go to the settings
In the side column, click on More to bring up the options pane and click on Parameters and confidentiality.
2. Access the security options
In the menu Account, enter the section dedicated to Applications and sessions.
Under the heading Sessions, Twitter should list the active sessions, but also all the other sessions to which your account has been connected, both on mobile and from a computer, each time with the place where the connection was established.
Click on Disconnect from all other sessions to disconnect your account from all devices, or go into the details of each session to disconnect those that seem suspicious to you.