We have seen an empty profile manager in Chromium and Chrome among experimental features and in developer channel. Now it’s finally activated in Chromium’s latest build (from version 14.0.818.0 onward).
This feature allows users to create multiple profiles and switch among them. In the past you need to have more than one Google accounts and configure synchronization. Now you can do it easily in “Personal Stuff” in the “Options” menu. Each profile can have unique Chrome themes, passwords, bookmarks, autofill and browsing history.
Chromium is the open-source version of Chrome. It is believed that this function would appear in the coming Chrome 14.
sources: Conceivably Tech, The Chrome Source
Some users have more than one Google accounts. For example, if you run more than one blogs, quite likely you have separate GMail accounts for different blogs. Sometimes this cause trouble because you need to sign out and sign in to check emails. This is particularly annoying for Chromebook users since by default the account you used to log-in the computer is the account you entered Google.
How to Use Multiple Sign-in?
In fact, some Google services have already supported multiple sign-in, meaning that you can sign-in to more than one account (actually 10 accounts) using the same browser session. The process is easy.
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