The Recent activity page shows you when and where you've used your Microsoft account within the last 30 days. You'll see when you signed in to your account, and how you accessed the account—using a web browser, your phone, an email app, a third-party app, or another method.
You may see unusual activity. If you do, it's important to:
- Check whether anyone else used your account
- Let us know whether the activity was you or not
- Secure your account
With your help, we can rule out false threats and block unauthorized access more quickly.
If you're concerned that someone might have access to your account, we strongly recommend that you change your password and update security settings. You can also remove all trusted devices on the Security settings page. To learn more about account management and security, see One place to manage your account.
You control your data. If you want to see or delete your recent activity, just sign in to https://account.microsoft.com/privacy/activity-history, or select the Privacy link at the top of any Microsoft account page, then select Activity history.
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