In our school district, it is common place to have many kids logging into shared iPads with their Google Drive accounts. We have an issue where the Google Drive accounts for each student remains logged in. At times, we could easily have 20 logins all active on an iPad. This allows any student to see another persons work by simply selecting their name and they are automatically logged into another persons account. Beyond that, they can simply read, edit, or delete someone else's work in Google Drive.
It would be extremely helpful if we had control to log students out of their Google accounts on an iPad at the end of the day so each class starts with a blank slate and would need to log in again to their unique accounts. Not sure the best way to handle this but there should be control in a shared iPad environment to stop one user from accessing another users account in an app as important as Google Drive. Right now, there's no security to someone's files.
Or, maybe we could enforce only one login at a time for Google Drive. Then the only way another student could log in, would be to log the first person out. Possible a way that forces a logout of the previous account if another user attempts to login.
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