Inactivity auto logout
I would like to have an option to set a timeout value for users that will cause a logout after inactivity. One way to implement this would be to add a checkbox to the login form fields to be checked when using public computers. It would also be nice for an administrator to be able to set the maximum autologout timeout value.
We would like to have some terminals set up for day-of-event registration use by members. If users don't remember to logout, you have people accessing the accounts of others.
Jeff Baird commented
This is a really important safeguard to add. Other people could potentially use your account if you work on any shared resources. Cyber security should always be at the forefront of our sites for our members.
Marion Golin commented
I would like to add that from my testing, WA does not log me out even if I reboot my computer.
Marion Golin commented
I would like this feature too. It should work on WP single-signon login as well. I have tested closing the browser page when logged in as you mention below and it did not log me out.
No. See our current priorities and plans on our Roadmap page - http://help.wildapricot.com/display/DOC/Product+roadmap
Are you any closer to adding the feature to have users logged of say after 20 hours?
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In any case, there is no way we can add this in the near future - too much other stuff already in the pipeline.
Or are we wishing in one hand and ?? in the other.
You think this was an easy add on.
What kind of checkbox? What would be the label for it?
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We also would like to have this on our account. Currently there is no timeout period for our users. Having an admin configurable timeout period would be a great security feature.
As an administrator, to me it is more secure to have this timeout logoff available for me to set on the website. A lot of websites have this already, and I was really surprised to see this option was not available. I would think anything with a "logon" would have that available automatically as an option. If you can add it, that would be really great.
Anthony S. commented
Correct. In our scenario, the site page would be open all the time.
Most users (we suppose) can just use "Remember me" checkbox (leave it empty). In this case as soon as you close the page in browser, you are logged out.
But in your scenario I see that your site page is supposed to be open all the time and this will not work for you, right? This is Interesting idea. Does anybody else have this problem?