How to Revoke Admin rights and Authorship by Yourself?

How to Revoke Admin rights and Authorship by Yourself?

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I have already shared article about Inviting Blog author and how to add them as a Blog author/ Admin. For contributing on other's Blog we often get connected with them as Author or Admin. And after specific period of time you may think to discontinue your contribution on other's Blog. While we get connected after accepting Authorship invitation then we will see that invitee's Blog name is displaying in your Blog list. But after discontinuing the contribution you may think to remove your admin/authorship from other's Blog.

Consequently, If you have multiple Blog then you may think there are lack of time to manage and contribute on other's Blog. So for removing admin/authorship from other's Blog you can delete your account from there by yourself. In this tutorial you will see how to remove own connected account from other's Blog. We can get connect with other's Blog as Admin and Author. So I will show you revoking Admin and Authorship integration from other's Blog.  

How to revoke Admin Rights by Yourself?  

An administrator of a team blog has access to the blog's settings and template, as well as the ability to edit and delete posts made by other members of the blog. Additionally, they can add or remove other team members. Any number of members can have admin rights on a single blog.

After accepting invitation from other's Blog you will be connected as Author first and if that Blog owner or author think that you are trust able then s/he can convert your Authorship to Admin. And a Admin can Control the whole Blog. So for revoking Admin rights from other's Blog just follow the below steps-

Step 1 Sign in to your Blogger Account and you will see the lists of your Blog

Step 2 And now click on the external Blog that you have connected as Admin.

Blog lists

Step 3 You will be directed on that Blog's Dashboard.

Step 4 Now Under ->Settings ->Basic locate Blog Authors and find your Name and Email address.

author lists

Step 5 After that click on Cross icon to Remove the user name.

That's it your Admin rights will be revoke instantly.

How to revoke Authorship Permission by Yourself?  

If you are a Author rather than Admin then you can only read and write Blog posts on other's Blog. But you can easily revoke your Authorship by yourself. For removing authorship just follow the below steps-

Step 1 Sign in to your Blogger Account and you will see the lists of your Blog

Step 2 And now click on the external Blog that you have connected as Author.

Step 3 You will be directed on that Blog's Dashboard. And from there click on ->Settings

author options

Step 4 And click on Remove yourself from this blog link. Instantly you will now directed to your Blogger Home page. And see connected blog is not appearing anymore.

That's it. Now you have successfully disconnected and revoked your Admin rights and authorship from other's Blog. If you remove yourself from authorship then your previous posts will still appear on the blog, but you will not be able to make new posts. The blog will no longer appear on your Dashboard or in your profile. Thank you. 
How to Revoke Admin rights and Authorship by Yourself?
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