Which is the correct way of asking the question "Are you logged in"? Or "Have you logged in"?
Are they supposed to be logged in when you ask the question?– pboss3010May 13, 2019 at 16:34
Both are grammatical and understandable.– Jason BassfordMay 13, 2019 at 17:43
Both are correct - it ultimately depends on the question that you wish to ask.
If you were to ask:
Are you logged in?
Then you are asking whether the user is currently logged into a particular system at the present moment.
Whereas, if you were to ask:
Have you logged in?
Then you are asking whether, at some point in time, the user has performed the action of logging into a particular system.