logout all active sessions
An added security features, which would set onedrive apart from the competition would be the ability to logout all active sessions.
This would be useful for example if i login on somebody else machine and forget a session open.
it is a rare occurrence , but EXTREMELY dangerous, since i keep all my desktop private files duplicated on onedrive, as most windows users...
Matthew Thompson commented
I believe that you can now finally accomplish this using the Microsoft account website. Go to https://account.live.com/proofs/manage/additional --> scroll down --> "Sign me out".
Finnish Nord commented
There is a problem when you try to save file from your OneDrive account to your PC or any other PC (Visitor, School, job, etc.) you need to log into your account and save your link into that PC to use OneDrive.
IF YOU FORGET TO LOG OUT... THE ACCOUNT WILL STAY LOGGED IN AND THEN OTHER USERS MAY SEE YOUR ACCOUNTS FILES/PICS/DOCUMENTS WHEN THEY ARE SAVING OR LOADING FILES OR OTHER STUFF FROM THE ONEDRIVE!
Or the PC may say "logging failed" or something.. and I'm just paranoid when I saw this happening on schools PC...
Which one do you trust more? What? There is no automatic log out?
Well then there isn't comparing anything... It just sucks!
I was using powerpoint online in a college presentation that I opened via onedrive. That action opens a new tab. I finished my presentation and clicked "Close session", and left, then other student opened the browser and there was my onedrive open and accesible, so close session does nothing if you have another tab opened.
We need the ability to co-author using Excel not just Excel Online
Use 2 step authentication for better security.
Rian McCollom commented
Yes I really need this right now. I logged into my Onedrive on my Boss's work computer (We only have one computer at our store). Although I did not click remember me I left the window open. Now He just very well may be able to look into my Onedrive files. There needs to be a way to log out of all open sessions or individual sessions.
I do not know any other online service that does not have this feature. Under the security tab I can see the session and my only recourse is to click "This wasn't me"