Totally support that. This is another one of those things for which HE staff thinks outside of users' perspective. For now, it's impossible for my wife to use the geo location from her app without overwriting my own app's geo location. If I press "send geo location event" from her phone's app, it literally renames the object previously created under my name from my app. The result is that only one of us can trigger events when coming home and it's just a big mess. Apparently there's still a mysterious way to have two users logging in the app's interface... Tried to create such a new user, but it asks me to link the hub. It says, exactly, this:
"please visit portal.hubitat.com to discover your hub. Once you have found your hub on your local network, please link your hub to the account you have create to login to this app. (notice the syntax doesn't make any sense here...) You can link your account in the portal."
Then there's a button to go to the portal and once there no further info on what to do next...
Not only this is obscure as hell, but on top of everything it might not even be what I'm supposed to do to have my wife logged into the app with her own credentials since It seems that the hub can be linked to only one user's credentials anyway. yay! But, hey! engineers views are so much more important than client's, right?
In other words, this is a mess and another thing HE won't tolerate critics about while they are slowly but surely taking the same dark road taken some time ago by ST: not working on user's experience, thinking in rational terms while human psychology is never rational and while their customers are humans... not all engineers or tech savvy people. Fortunately and unlike ST, they do react to critics and answer questions (which is huge in comparison to the absolute absurdity that ST's CS is)
Nevertheless, for these reasons the app is useless to us, not counting the fact that my wife finds the dashboard totally not user friendly (you have to scroll dozens of devices before you can see the one you're looking for, it's impossible to set a temperature if the related thermostat is not currently operating, and so on with so many design flaws such as the impossibility to update the dashboard with new devices other than pressing "+", then identifying the device type (seriously? You think customers will even be aware of what a device type is???) then naming it and then... that's the worst part... not being able to place it where you'd like other than playing an unending game of Sokoban... HE is great at many levels, but totally not user friendly: a non-geek and any non tech savvy person will never, ever want to use the web interface either and, instead of the dashboard, they'll simply prefer walk to the thermostat, the switch they want to toggle, etc., especially my wife! :)