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Something I’ve only come across recently (laugh now if you’ve been using it for a while!) is the ability to have multiple Chrome or Firefox user accounts on one computer. Sounds simple, but it turns out there a lot of advantages to using this when you manage multiple SEO clients, or multiple accounts of any online variety, or even just multiple email accounts. I’m going to go over those benefits in this post and also explain how to set everything up yourself.
In 5 minutes time you won’t have to keep logging in and out of accounts!
So why bother reading the how to? (scroll me down quick – I’m convinced already!)
So here’s how you do it, although I’ve only written up how to do it in Chrome because that’s what my data says you all use! For those of you not in the 43%, Firefox is very similar so I’m sure you can work it out!
You can change the specific settings for each log in and also customise what pages open when you open the browser under this user.
If you want to ensure that every time you open this users browser you quickly have access to a certain set of pages, here’s how to set it up:
To navigate between users look for the image in the top left hand corner of Chrome – each user will have a different image and the email address listed, like so (and no, I didn’t choose the nicknames and images they have, I just haven’t got round to renaming them!):
There are some things to bear in mind when doing this:
So there you have it, lots of accounts with their own settings and all their passwords saved. Now you can easily be logged in to multiple accounts at once and not have to remember any passwords!
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