6 Ways to Switch Between Gmail Accounts

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8 Responses

  1. Ryan says:

    This 5 ways to switch between google accounts are really helpful. Its nice that you have given list of options to swich so that users have wide range to swap.

  2. Ravi says:

    Its Great

    Thand & REgard


  3. Haroon Rizwan says:

    we are using the google account and running very well

  4. RF says:

    This new Google GMail interface is a major PITA. Thanks for offering some options for getting around the “one-size-fits-all” mindset that totally messed up a perfectly good e-mail server.

    To be clear, my daughter and I use the same computer. She has her OWN gmail address and does not want to link it to my account, nor do I want to link my account to her email. So how is she supposed to sign on now?

    After finding and reviewing your options, the Incognito function of Chrome proved to be rather painless. Thank you for providing this list of options.

    Seriously though, would it have been that hard for Google to add a “sign on as someone else” link somewhere on the account page?

  5. orlando says:

    Totally agree –
    This is a real PAIN. I have a private and work gmail account, and I can no longer access one on my work laptop, as it only allows me to use IE – none of the work arounds you describe works. I can’t even log out, as far as I can tell. This is a major flaw.

  6. Roger says:

    In the past I’ve used a method to connect two or more gmail accounts. When connected, you only had to login to one account, and then could switch to the other account. I don’t know if this is still possible, but I miss this method here.

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