By default in WordPress users can login using one account from **unlimited** devices/browsers at a time. This is not good for everyone, seriously! With this plugin you can easily set a limit for no. of active logins a user can have.
> #### LoggedIn – Features and Advantages
> – **Set maximum no. of active logins for a user**.
> – **Block new logins to the same account, if maximum active logins found.**
> – Prevent users from sharing their account.
> – Useful for membership sites (for others too).
> – No complex settings. Just one optional field to set the limit.
> – Super Light weight.
> – Filter to bypass login limit for certain users or roles.
> – Completely free to use with lifetime updates.
> – Follows best WordPress coding standards.
> [Installation](https://wordpress.org/plugins/loggedin/installation/) | [Support](http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/loggedin/) | [Screenshots](https://wordpress.org/plugins/loggedin/screenshots/)
Please contribute to the plugin development in [GitHub](https://github.com/joel-james/LoggedIn).
Even if the user is closing the browser without logging out, their login session exists for period of time. So this will also considered as an active login.
Bug reports for are always welcome. [Report here](https://thefoxe.com/bug-report/).