Configuring Idle Session Timeout

Configure Yeeflow's Idle Session Timeout from 10 mins to 30 days for security. Admins adjust in Admin Center.

Updated over a week ago

By default, Yeeflow maintains user account logins for 30 days. However, by enabling the Idle Session Timeout feature, system administrators can customize the inactivity duration to align with their organization's security requirements. Take advantage of this important security setting to protect your Yeeflow environment and ensure the safety of user accounts and data.

The Idle Session Timeout setting in Yeeflow provides an essential security feature that automatically logs out users after a period of inactivity. This feature helps protect user accounts and sensitive data by ensuring that inactive sessions are closed promptly.

This guide will walk you through the process of configuring the Idle Session Timeout setting in the Yeeflow Admin Center.

Configure Idle Section Timeout Policy

Login to Yeeflow with your system administrator account and navigate to the Admin Center. From the left navigation menu, go to Security -> Login Authentication. This page displays various login authentication settings.

Click the "Edit" button located in the top-right corner of the "Idle Session Timeout" section.

Check the "Turn on to set the inactivity length for automatically logging out users." checkbox to activate the Idle Session Timeout feature.

From the dropdown list, select the desired inactivity time period from the available options: 10 mins, 20 mins, 30 mins, 1 hour, 2 hours, 6 hours, 1 day, 7 days, 14 days, or 30 days. This determines the duration of inactivity before the system automatically logs out the user.

If desired, check the "Sign users automatically out when the web browser is closed." checkbox. Enabling this option ensures that users are automatically logged out when they close their web browser. Subsequently, when accessing Yeeflow from the web browser again, users will be prompted to log in.

Click the "Save" button to save the Idle Session Timeout settings.


Configuring the Idle Session Timeout setting in Yeeflow provides an added layer of security by automatically logging out users after a period of inactivity. By enforcing a specified idle time limit, system administrators can mitigate the risk of unauthorized access to user accounts and sensitive information. Additionally, the option to automatically sign out users when the web browser is closed further enhances security.


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