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You can sign in with your username (your email address) and your password. This data is always transmitted over an encrypted SSL connection. Usernames are not case-sensitive, but passwords are case-sensitive.
In this article:
- Stay signed in
- Google Apps
- Concurrent access
Stay signed in
If you use Bookeo regularly and you access it from a trusted environment (ex. office or home, not a public computer), you can tick the "stay signed in" checkbox on the signin page so that Bookeo will remember your login for 7 days, even if you close your browser.
When you tick that checkbox, the next time you visit the signin page, you will be automatically logged in, without having to input your username or password each time.
The option is only remembered in the browser that you used to sign in the first time - and only if you are not using an incognito or private window. If you use a different browser or a different computer, you will have to sign in with your username and password.
In any case, after 7 days of the first signin, Bookeo will "forget" your login and you will be asked to input your username and password again.
If you sign out of your account by clicking on the sign out  icon in the top right corner of your dashboard, Bookeo will "forget" your login. To avoid this, simply close your browser window instead of signing out.
How to force Bookeo to forget your login
To force Bookeo to forget your login details:
1. Sign into your account
2. Click on the sign out  icon in the top right corner of your dashboard
What you should do if the device where you had the "stay signed in" option enabled is stolen
If the device where you had the "stay signed in" option enabled is stolen, you should sign in to your account and change your password. When you change your password Bookeo will forget any login to your account, from any device.
If you use Google Apps, you can also sign in directly via Google Apps as explained here.
You cannot sign in using the same username from different computers or browsers at the same time.
If you are signed in as user firstname.lastname@example.org and someone else signs in with the same username (ex a coworker who knows your password), the older session will be closed.
Note that multiple people can access an account at the same time. They just need to do so using their own username. Simply create multiple account users, one for each person who needs to access the account.
See this tutorial for more information.