Over time, you have probably subscribed to countless websites, blogs, newsletters, distribution lists, and more. Keeping track of all your online accounts and services can be difficult, making it hard to control where your personal information might be stored. Deseat.me lets you take control of your online presence by giving you a list of all the accounts and services you have ever created.
Quickly find forgotten online accounts
Deseat.me generates a list of accounts you created or services you subscribed to using your email. Lists are generating using your Outlook or Google account. Your email is matched with online accounts and services, and direct links are provided to pages where you can delete your account. You can then choose which accounts you want to keep and which ones you want to add to a queue to delete. This gives you a convenient ‘to do’ list so you can remove any accounts you no longer want or need. Deseat.me also uses Google’s OAuth 2.0 protocol to ensure no login information is ever shared or stored.
Use your email to control your online presence
Although Deseat.me lets you quickly find your online accounts, it does not automatically delete you from these accounts. You still need to go to each site’s or service’s deletion page to remove your account. This can be arduous and take some time, but the web tool is a great option to easily find accounts you might want to delete.