Perhaps ever happened to you as to me that after accessing an application or extension to use on Google services, or a website that simply uses Google accounts to access with oAuth, like as when you loggin with Facebook or Twitter, and after a while, you wanted to stop using it, or revoke the permissions to the app to your Google account and did not have more access to it automatically.
This is more common than you think and although at first glance it seems easy, it costs a bit to find when we get to it, because it is something that is very visible and if you do not know where to find it, you’re probably annoyed a while.
Happened to me recently with mail filtering app SaneBox, promising help me sort out my email inbox intelligently separating the wheat from the chaff, but at least in my case, after a few days, it was more the work that I did, doubling all inquiries to the email, than anything else. So I wanted to remove it and leave everything as it was, and at first it took a little longer than I expected, so I’ll try to explain it here, in case anyone else has done, or needs.
To begin access any Google product with our own user and password, or if you have open: Gmail, YouTube or the like, will go right to:
Inside, on the left menu choose: Security
And within paragraph: Applications and sites online access will click Manage access and lead you here:
In this list we can see all the applications you have granted access, and we may revoke access you want.
From this point we can not directly access the service we have access revoked unless logging back on it, and if he had permission to use our automatic data, also lose this ability until you return to concede.
I hope you have been useful this little tip.