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(The below answer addresses Question 3 only, as the first two are questions a better fit for StackOverflow) Don't make your users create an account for things that don't need an account. As a user, I shouldn't need an account until I want to do something that extends beyond my device (and maybe not even then). I used to use a ToDo app called Orchestra. ...


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Use your scheme with invitations and links but do put the new users in a walled-garden like environment. They are associated to their corresponding admin, they may sign in and use basic functions (like sending the admin a message or related functions) but the admin has to verify the logged in user, this will be a one-more-click process for the admin, but a ...


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Just to clarify, this is a web-based application, from the sounds of it. So let me ask, is there an implicit assumption that users either deliberately log out of your application before they navigate away or close the browser window, or are they perhaps automatically logged out after a certain amount of time? In my current (mobile) app case I've left the ...



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