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Antoine Dumont

Dashboard how to logout

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Hi,

I recently installed Pulseway Dashboard 5.1.2 version on my Windows 10 Pro computer but now I want to logout my account. 

I don't see any button to do that. 

Best regards, 

Edited by Antoine Dumont

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Hi Antoine,

You can change your account credentials from the Settings dialog (hotkey F9).

-Paul

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