a way to see when a user on a project last logged in
As a project administrator I would like to be able to see when each user on the project last logged into freedcamp so that I can tell when they last accessed the system and therefore know who needs to be spoken to about working on their assigned tasks
Mike H commented
The crux of the problem for me is knowing who I need to "motivate" to log in and look at their tasks. In the example you give, as long as I can see a user has logged in, even if they've accessed a project I have no visibility of, or even if they've just logged in and not done a thing, I at least know if they're an active user or not. I have a similar capability on G Suite where I can see the last time someone logged in: I don't know if it was to check emails, access Google Drive, update their calendar, but I can see that they're active. It could be by project if need be, though, if the global method isn't possible. It would just mean I'd need to check each project that they had access to
Last logged in to Freedcamp or last visited a project page (any page)? I can log in and visit my private project today and did not open a project you invited me to for a month now ...