I have a quick question for anyone who is trying to figure out better ways of handling multiple Google Apps accounts.

I have a quick question for anyone who is trying to figure out better ways of handling multiple Google Apps accounts.

I have multiple users set up in Chrome so that I can switch quickly without having login or logout (because we use a SSO with our district Google Apps, it will logout of other accounts automatically if I try and do the multiple accounts in the same user).

What I want, though, is to be able to right click on a link and then tell it which user/window to open that link within. Does anyone know how to do this?

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  1. Aha, Thanks for clarification. I’ve founded chrome extension in web store.

    The extension name multi log in . after you add the extension click on icon and sing in to the other account after this you’ll have the option once you right clicked any link (open with new identity ) .

    Try it from here goo.gl/yBu85T

    Hope this function meet your requirement 🙂 

  2. Aha, Thanks for clarification. I’ve founded chrome extension in web store.

    The extension name multi log in . after you add the extension click on icon and sing in to the other account after this you’ll have the option once you right clicked any link (open with new identity ) .

    Try it from here goo.gl/yBu85T

    Hope this function meet your requirement 🙂 

  3. Aha, Thanks for clarification. I’ve founded chrome extension in web store.

    The extension name multi log in . after you add the extension click on icon and sing in to the other account after this you’ll have the option once you right clicked any link (open with new identity ) .

    Try it from here goo.gl/yBu85T

    Hope this function meet your requirement 🙂 

  4. Aha, Thanks for clarification. I’ve founded chrome extension in web store.

    The extension name multi log in . after you add the extension click on icon and sing in to the other account after this you’ll have the option once you right clicked any link (open with new identity ) .

    Try it from here goo.gl/yBu85T

    Hope this function meet your requirement 🙂 

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