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Javascript Reference v2.0

Sign out a user

Inside a browser context, signOut() will remove the logged in user from the browser session and log them out - removing all items from localstorage and then trigger a "SIGNED_OUT" event.

  • In order to use the signOut() method, the user needs to be signed in first.
  • By default, signOut() uses the global scope, which signs out all other sessions that the user is logged into as well.
  • Since Supabase Auth uses JWTs for authentication, the access token JWT will be valid until it's expired. When the user signs out, Supabase revokes the refresh token and deletes the JWT from the client-side. This does not revoke the JWT and it will still be valid until it expires.
Parameters
    options
    Optional
    SignOut

const { error } = await supabase.auth.signOut()