Agree, that on the Android phone you can "Remove" the account, Google or other, and all its data is gone. This does more than log out, it's gone. There is no old data/info left behind.mptfan wrote: ↑Fri Apr 09, 2021 2:04 pmI still don't understand what you are saying here, how do you log out of individual accounts on the Android phone? If you logged out of account B on another device you did not "log out on the Android phone." The only way to "log out" of an account and remove its data from an Android phone is to do it on the Android phone.
From Windows 10 I can go to the Security settings for the Google account in Chrome (I'm not saying anything about other browsers); enter https://myaccount.google.com in Chrome and select the "Security" option from the menu at the left. Scroll down a little ways to big heading "Your Devices", this shows where (what devices) that Google account is currently signed in. You can then click on a device and "Sign out". In my case, I sign into GAP account "B" (also signed in on the phone) and I can see that I'm logged in on two devices... the Windows 10 laptop and the Android phone. I click the Android phone (either click "More Details" or the 3-dots icon at top right of the device), I can then select "Sign out" for that device. That account will be logged out on the phone (or other device). On my phone the account remains in the native mail app with all the old data (mail), but I can't send or receive new mail. Really, it takes longer to describe this than demonstrating it.
My concern, and why I point this out, is that if someone values their Google account sufficiently to protect it with GAP then they need to be aware of possible pitfalls with some operations. Same I lost my phone, I could use the Google account Security function to force that device to "log out". But all the old mail is still there. Oops!
This is concerning enough to me that I wouldn't want my GAP account on the phone if it was truly important to keep that account secure; like it had access to my life's savings.
edit to add: bear in mind that I am pc-centric. My smart phone is not my main usage of Google accounts.