How Do I Remove or Revoke Access from Social Media Sites?

Revoking Access

This article will guide you on how to remove the Sendible App from Social Sites! 

Important Note:
Whilst revoking the related App from a social site can help to fix connection issues, it's important you reconnect after. Ideally, you should only take the steps on this page once you've read our Troubleshooting Services Checklist.

 

Facebook

Go to: Settings > Business Integrations via the following link:
https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=business_tools

      ⤷ Click the "Search Apps" field on to the right
          Type "Sendible" or "Social Dashboard" for While Label or Re-branding users.
             Click Remove Business Integration and click again Remove to confirm
 
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Twitter

Go to: Settings > Applications via the following link:
https://twitter.com/settings/applications 

       Click Revoke access for the "Social Media Publisher App"

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Instagram Reminder

Go to: Your Profile  > Settings > Authorized Apps via the following link:
https://www.instagram.com/accounts/manage_access/ 
      Click Revoke access for the "Sendible" or "Social Dashboard" if you're a White Label

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Instagram Business Profile

For Instagram Business Profiles, removing access is from the Facebook website.

Go to: Settings > Business Integrations via the following link:
https://www.facebook.com/settings?tab=business_tools

      ⤷ Click the "Search Apps" field on to the right
          Type "Sendible Business" or "Social Business Dashboard" for While Label users.
             Click Remove Business Integration and click again Remove to confirm
 
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LinkedIn

Go to: Me > Settings & Privacy > Partners and services > Permitted services via the following link: https://www.linkedin.com/psettings/permitted-services 

⤷ Look for "Sendible" or "this site" for White labels
   ⤷ Click Remove beside the appropriate selection

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Google My Business

Go to: My Account > Security > Third-party apps with account access via the following link: https://myaccount.google.com/permissions  

⤷ Look for "Sendible" or "Sendblur" for White labels (there is 2 of each in some cases)
   ⤷ Select the one that "Has access to: See, edit, create and delete your Google business listings"     
      ⤷ Click Remove Access beside the app

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Pinterest

Click on: Three dots (top right corner) > Edit settings > Apps with account access via the following link: https://www.pinterest.co.uk/settings/apps/

⤷ Look for "Sendible"

   ⤷ Click Remove Access beside the app    

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