Can You Logout of All Devices on Paramount Plus?

With Paramount Plus out already, we’re digging through the many features that the service is allowing us to use. One of the things we wanted to know was how to log out of all devices on Paramount Plus, so let’s see what this is about.

We’ve become accustomed to being able to log out of all connected devices with other streaming platforms. Mostly, this feature is available because you may forget which devices you logged on to, and when you hit the max device limit, you have to start getting rid of them to make some room.

With Paramount Plus, this is a non-issue. Paramount Plus allows users to connect to however many devices they want to. Basically, as long as you don’t stream content on more than three devices simultaneously, you can log into your account on all devices you want. So the answer is NO. There isn’t any feature that would allow us to log out of all connected devices.

On the one hand, this makes perfect sense, given that there are no limits to the devices you can log on to. On the other hand, this can be a downside if you share your account with friends and family. We do not advise you to do this, for numerous reasons, which you can read about here.

However, the fact that you can’t change your password and boot someone from your account by logging out of their device should also be added to the list of reasons why you shouldn’t share your account.

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