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Is there a way to identify whether users are online or not?

Can i see persons are online or offline? Like someone put comments in my request, is it possible to check the person is online or went offline or was online for X amount of time?

This inspire me and many others, as a user to come more and more, as experts are around.

Thank you

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marked as duplicate by Grace Note, Jon B, devinb, Brandon, random Jul 28 '10 at 18:26

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Click on their name, there's a field on the profile called seen, which let's you see when it was the last time they were online.

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thanks, but its too far, but works not instant.. – YumYumYum Jul 28 '10 at 15:39

Hell no. How is it my business whether another user is "online" or not? People answer when they have the time and inclination; they don't if they don't.

For what it's worth, the "seen" field in each user's profile already works in a similar fashion.

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Yeah, next they'd want a Delay posting this question until the following user [textfield] appears on-line gizmo. – Tim Post Jul 28 '10 at 15:34

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