Question by elle1223: On the iPad how do I change the default email to a different user? My friend got an iPad and I accidentally added my email to the default mail app on the iPad … I didn’t realize it was the default and now I can’t figure out how to sign out. It’s a yahoo account. Help! Thank you
Answer by Jessica R .The Ipad is just the same as your PC at the top of any page click on the Sign out button On the sign in page untick the keep me signed in and that remove any saved addresses and passwords
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