With Netflix a member can see where their subscription is being used, i.e. which town a login is has been in use. Can I see this for my stick in NowTV please? Or can I see a list/summary of login dates & times. Not just when a device was last used.
In the app scroll all the way to the bottom until you a row of options and one should be account. In there you can see what memberships you have.
The best that Now can offer you is that each of the up to six devices in your device list will show the date and time it was last used, which I think you already know.
But I expect the information you are seeking would be the answer to a problem you have?
In which case, if you say what that problem is, we may be able to suggest another way of solving it.
What @RoyB mentions is about device management. Which shows the last 6 devices that has been used for streaming NOW.
In there you can see what device(s) are yours and when it was last used. You however and insanely annoyingly can't boot them off. This has to be done via live chat.
Why do you care if they were using your stick, unless they bought a new Membership - something which you’d notice, and something you could have prevented by setting a Payment PIN?
Have you got your stick back, or are they still using it?
Why did you lend them your stick to set up a new account - this is something they could anyway do on whatever device they might have been planning to use after giving you your stick back?
Or when you say ‘lent’, do you mean ‘gave’, on the understanding that they would set up their own account? In which case, for anything short of a Now Stick, you could and should have factory reset it before passing it over, so they couldn’t use your account.
With a Now Stick, it’s a bit more complicated, as these will look for a non-existent Membership Pass on first login after a factory reset. But you could at least have logged out, I think, so they couldn’t get back in without your password, which I hope you have kept confidential.
Anyway, follow @gavs82008‘s advice above, to have Now blow off all your devices, via Live Chat, changing your password, so the person can’t get back on, and will need to set up their own account going forward.
You used to be able to do this for yourself, but it is a feature which Now broke in an upgrade, and don’t seem in any hurry to restore to us 😢