Can I log two devices for one account ? | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!

+25

Can I log two devices for one account ?

Can i log two devices for one account ? laptop and phone

6/17/2021 4:44:28 PM

Tharul Nejana

33 Answers

New Answer

+21

https://www.sololearn.com/faq/#9

+14

You mean, using one account on two devices at the same time? I think yeah. It's possible. Account data is saved in SoloLearn's server, not in our devices.

+11

Tharul Nejana Sure just try it. You should always check before asking. Did you?

+11

🅰🅹 🅐🅝🅐🅝🅣 no

+11

I use phone, tablet and sometimes a laptop with one account. I do the same with other apps i use frequently, so far it always works.

+10

+10

Yep, I usuall do that, when I want to copy some data like lists etc in my pycharm(somethings can not be copied cause I am not a pro user.)

+9

+9

Sure, you can ✌

+8

Yes I did it before

+8

Of course you can

+7

Answer in your DM(check it out)

+6

Yeah, you can. I also do this because dm feature and other features of sololearn are not supported in my one device..😅 but in my both devices are phone, so I don't know about laptop. But I think type of device doesn't matters.

+6

Offcourse you can

+6

Of course you can

+5

Yes. You can do. Both the devices will be connected to the single account so if you learn from one device then the progress to the second device also. And if you will delete the progress in one device then the progress will also be deleted in second device

+5

+5

Tharul Nejana Also you can do code on website and same time you can see on App.

+5

Yeah you can

+5

That totally depends upon the portal. What kind of portal it is. If it's a social media, shopping, blogs, or any general purpose. They usually allow multiple sessions. Please don't confuse with Application and website. Your app is always logged in for you because that's made for ease of access. codechef don't allow login at two devices. if you have already logged in and again trying to login at another session. It will simply ask you which session to continue. Taking yet another example of banking. That's most sensitive, you can't log in two places at any moment. So, it depends upon the provider.