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Where is the icon to exit the site?

It is a little tricky to find. Click on the 'SE' icon - this looks a little like a speech bubble crossed with a burger The log out button is over there.
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How do I log out of an account in Area 51?

Area 51 has a different design from other Stack Exchange sites. Click on Stack Exchange Hamburger menu which is to the top right corner. You will see a drop down menu. Click 'log out'. If you are a ...
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Why is there no login option for site Y, if I already logged into site X?

When you log into one of our Q&A sites, you're logging into the whole network, not just that one site. Think of it as logging into, for example, Reddit - you log in once, but you can then "...
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Logging out from Stack Exchange does not work

You're confused how logging out actually works when you've authenticated with an OpenID provider. Logging out on our site just clears your session on our site. You still need to go to the OpenID ...
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Logout from every computer I've logged in

Use the normal log out screen - it has a checkbox for logging you out everywhere: Note that you may want to also log out of your OpenID provider as well - though how that works for all your devices ...
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Logout from all Stack Exchange sites without triggering the title bar notifications (and also without refreshing them)?

I doubt you're best served with a solution implemented by Stack Exchange. Your problem seems to be better suited for a personal / local productivity tweak. For browser based options, userscripts can ...
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Please, let me log out nice-and-easy, Stack Exchange

The problem is, next time I click Log in, I’ll be logged in with the previous credentials, no questions ask. That's because you are still logged into your OpenID provider, e.g. Google. If you want ...
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How do I log off from Stack Exchange network from a distance?

If you're using a Stack Exchange account, just click on the logout link in the Stack Exchange dropdown in the top left corner of the page: You'll see the following dialog, make sure to check the "...
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New members can't find logout button

There is a tour in the StackExchange Network sites, which introduces users to the basics of each community and how to contribute. Maybe, there should be a user interface tour too. The location of ...
neverMind9's user avatar
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I am logged in, but where is the logout link?

If you are using a desktop browser, there is a "log out" option next to the current site's name in the top-right menu: This will log you out from all the network sites.
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Say, how do I log out?

The logout button is located here: Or, in the new Stack Overflow/Meta Stack Overflow top bar, here:
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Why does Stack Exchange say I'm logging out of multiple sites?

It's a side effect of the Universal Login system. When you log in, you get logged in to everywhere* on the Stack Exchange network, including sites where you don't have an account. If you were to go ...
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I am logged in, but where is the logout link?

Click on the "communities" icon. On the left of where it says "Meta Stack Exchange", there's a "log out" link. Click on it and it will take you to a logout page.
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How do I log off?

To log out of SE when using the browser, press on the SE logo on the top right of the page (press it only once) then press log out. To log out using the app, go to menu>settings>log out. To attach ...
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The stackapps icon is missing in the global logout page

Now the stackapps icon is displaying correctly in the SE logout page. Currently the each icon in this page is loading from the CDN path, So for the stackapps icon it is loading from this path with the ...
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Why does Stack Exchange say I'm logging out of multiple sites?

When I try to log out of Stack Exchange I put my money on that as the reason for your confusion. If you stay logged-in then you shouldn't be seeing this message. Why would you want to leave us ...
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Logging out from Stack Exchange does not work

When you use the "Log in with Stack Exchange" option, you're using a two-step process that only partially involves the Stack Exchange sites. You're actually signing in using Stack Exchange OpenID. ...
ArtOfCode's user avatar
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How can I log out from my account?

Click the StackExchange dropdown in the top left hand corner. Click the 'log out' link beside the site you are on Confirm!
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