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The Realm SDK automatically adds users to a device when they log in for the first time on that device. When a user logs in, they immediately become the application's active user.
In the example below, a user with the email
firstname.lastname@example.org logs in and
becomes the active user. Later, a user with the email
email@example.com logs in and becomes the active user.
You can access a list of all user accounts on the device. This list includes all users that have logged in to the client app on a given device.
In the example below, a developer prints out all the logged-in users on the device by looping through Realm.App.allUsers.
You can remove all information about a user from the device and automatically log the user out.
In the example below, the current user is removed from the device using the Realm.App.removeUser() method.
You can quickly switch an app's active user to another logged-in user at any time.
In the example below, the active user is initially switched to
using the Realm.App.switchUser() method.
Later, the active user is switched to