Is there a way to show the “user login history” on the interface screen used by end-users?

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In Appian, the “user login history” refers to a record of the times when a user has logged in to the system. This information is typically stored in the Appian system logs and is not visible to end-users.

However, it may be possible to create a custom interface that displays login history information to end-users, depending on your organization’s security policies and the specific requirements of your application.

To display login history information on an interface screen, you would need to create a custom interface using the Appian interface designer, and then use the Appian API or database queries to retrieve the login history data from the system logs. You would also need to consider any security and privacy considerations, as well as the permissions and access controls that would be needed to view this information.

If you are interested in displaying login history information on an interface screen, you may want to discuss your requirements with your system administrator or a developer with experience in customizing Appian interfaces. They will be able to advise you on the best way to approach this task and help you to implement a solution that meets your needs.