This may look like very basic question but I am observing different implementations so the question arises.
I am designing wireframes for Windows surface native app. It is assumed that user will rarely use logout. I had kept logout initially on app bar as shown below:
But considering windows guidelines, it should not be on the app bar.
Don’t put login, logout, or other account management commands in the app bar. All account management commands, like login, logout, account settings, or create an account should go in a Settings flyout. If it's critical that people log in on a particular page, provide the login button on the app page.
Now it says to keep it in settings flyout. But wont it seem to user that its a global logout as this settings flyout is displayed across all apps from right to left on the swipe?
This app does not have any other setting related options. Please suggest appropriate location for logout. Providing images as examples will be more easy to understand.