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How do I remove login credentials (emails or OpenIDs) from my account?

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The remove login feature has been moved. You now must go to a Q&A site, such as stackoverflow.com, then go to your profile -> edit profile and settings -> my logins.

You will now see the remove button, like the below:

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I think this info is outdated - the "my logins" page on my accout looks completely different. –  klauspeter Oct 7 '13 at 15:57
Same problem here. When I click "My logins" from the profile page of StackExchange.com, I get a small modal which lists 2 Stack Exchange email addresses (one of which I want to remove) and 1 Google login (which I do not want to remove). I guess I'll have to contact StackExchange directly? –  blong Sep 23 '14 at 13:58

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