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The Recent Activity page shows the last 20 or so logins, with location, client, and OS. Their advice on that page, if you notice "unusual activity", is to change your password.


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To logout, click your profile icon at the top right and select "Log Out" Note: this will log out of all Trello sessions in the browser, so you and your coworker can't be logged in at the same time unless you are using 2 browsers or are browsing incognito.


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Take a look here: https://accounts.google.com/b/0/IssuedAuthSubTokens and if you login to gmail, you can see your (mail) account activity + detail-link in the bottom right corner ('detail' is a link) Last account activity: 19 minutes ago Detail


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The "Device activity & security events" section of https://MyAccount.google.com will show you all of the devices that have been used to log into your account recently, but you can't force a logout from there. The only way to logout of other devices is to change your password, and that will log you out of everything except the device you use to change ...


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Go to My Account - Sign-in & Security - Device Activity & notifications and remove those devices or break the sessions or whatever it says.


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You could install another browser (e.g. Firefox or Google Chrome) and use that one to view your Trello-account, your co-worker can use the other browser with his account.


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