Matlab Online "timeout"

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Andrew Boggio-Dandry
Andrew Boggio-Dandry on 14 Jun 2017
Commented: Min Zhang on 26 Oct 2023
When using Matlab online, complex functions automatically seem to timeout after 200 or so seconds, and automatically kick me out. Is there any way to change this?

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Hisham
Hisham on 30 Oct 2017
Hi Andrew:
As a clarification to the above statement, the current idle time for MATLAB Online is 15 minutes, which is determined by user activity. For example, if you are running a script, but are still active in the session (even by something as small as moving your cursor in the active browser window), then you are considered not idle. Your script will continue to run for as long as you are considered not idle for more than 15 minutes. Your sessions can last for as long as this is the case.
I hope this helps!
Hisham
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krasimir trifonov
krasimir trifonov on 24 Jan 2020
Free Mouse Clicker work for me
Min Zhang
Min Zhang on 26 Oct 2023
Hello Hisham,
I have the same problem. My script is not idle, because I'm still editing and running the code. However, I'm forced out and the page is reloaded and my previous results are cleared.
Can you change this setting in your system?
Thanks!

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Nagarjuna Manchineni
Nagarjuna Manchineni on 19 Jun 2017
Currently time limit for execution of a script in MATLAB is 15 minutes. There is also currently no way to change this length of time. Scripts longer than this must be executed in the Desktop version of MATLAB.
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M. Mubashir Hussain
M. Mubashir Hussain on 10 Jun 2023
Is there some upper time limit as well? When I exit browser after using Matlab Online, when i return, I am informed that a session is in progress and i have to manually exit it before using matlab online again?

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