Logical Data| Is Logged In

Learn how to control web content based on user login status with our no-code tutorial on logical data and logged-in status.


To create a web page that caters to a user's login status, it's crucial to understand the logical data involved, and this tutorial will guide you through the process. This part is only used on the web to determine if a user is logged in.

Make sure you are familiar with the following two tutorials before reading this section:

Website Login Page Design

Logical Condition Design

Data Definition

  1. The data type of "is logged in" is Boolean, true means logged-in, and false means not logged-in.

  2. To exit the "is logged in": configure the "User Login -> Logout" behavior on the Logout button.

Usage Examples

Learn how to use "is logged in" with an example from Momen.We expect the user to see a differentiated entrance to the personal center as "Visitor" and "Logged-in", and only logged-in users will be able to access the personal center.

Unlogged in user style

Logged in user Style

Realization Method

  1. Conditional container style configuration

  1. Use "is logged in" as a condition in the contents of the "logged-in" and "not logged-in" conditional sub-containers.

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About Momen

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