Logging out was a problem for me - until I (accidentally) discovered exactly how to do it...
I was going to post a new topic - but noticing this subject I will suggest that the Log Out -
and for that matter the Log In functions should be easier to find and locate so they are
not hidden in any matter.
I sometimes access UT from outside sources - such as a Public Library or Apple Store -
making logging out a matter of importance for me to protect my UT forum membership.
I also miss the question box from the last incarnation of UT that asks:
"Are you sure you want to log out?"
That was a way of being certain that you indeed did log out...LI MIKE
Wow. This has been a longstanding issue for me too. I rarely ever have to log out but when I do, I've had to clear my browser's cache because I could never find a Log Out link. Glad it's there but discoverability score for that is an F. I never even noticed that arrow nor would I think it would lead to logging out.
Most forums list the user name somewhere on the top. Clicking it allows you to see your profile, your own posts, alerts, and find the log out out link.