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Warn users they are about to be logged out of the system

There should be a pop up to warn users they are about to be logged out of the system. I have had users lose work due to the lack of warning.
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  • Nov 3 2014
  • Future consideration
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  • Eric D commented
    July 27, 2017 18:50

    Yes, warn users!  Loose alot of work with system timing out.

  • Jim Pace commented
    July 27, 2017 19:21

    Absolutely !! With multiple tabs open (the only efficient way to work) having one or more (or all) be logged out is most inefficient. Our first choice would be to set the timeout threshold as a user preference.

  • Walter Lavash commented
    July 28, 2017 19:12

    This is essential

  • Chris Smith commented
    May 22, 2019 17:54

    This is a MUST have enhancement for testing.  I have had this happen multiple times during testing and all the work that was done was lost in an instant.  At least with a pop up it would warn anyone about to log in that the maximum users have been met.  Then it keeps someone from being kicked out and loosing all their work.  Please address this issue.

  • Steve Hardwick commented
    May 22, 2019 19:53

    Better yet, the person logging in should be notified that all licenses are being used and they'll need to try again later. We are using a testing environment that has a two-user limit - this particular "feature" is burdensome and idiotic. These seems to have been designed by a programmer with a chip on his or her shoulder - if I were trying to develop an app that would anger and frustrate my customer base, this is where I'd start.