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Hi guys,

I have 2 Google + accounts: 1 personal and 1 business. I want to know what the easiest way of being able to access my business one and my personal one would be. I know it sounds simple but because I use both just as often and I have 2 Google accounts to link each of them to: (one personal, one business) how can I avoid signing out of 1, signing in to the other, signing out of that one and signing in with my other one!

I know it's confusing, but I really need help.

Thanks in advance guys.

@techie.com">thegeekpanel@techie.com

asked Sep 24 '11 at 09:31

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You can use the Google accounts feature called "multiple sign-in"

  1. Go to the Google homepage while signed in to one account, and click on your name or profile picture in the right corner of the top bar.

  2. Then, click on "account settings"

  3. Under the "security" heading look for "Multiple sign-in". By default, it is off so you have to turn it on by clicking "edit"

  4. After clicking all of the check boxes, go back to the Google homepage.

  5. Repeat step one

  6. Now, there should be an option to "switch account" click on this and then click on "sign in to another account" and sign in with another account

  7. enjoy

answered Sep 24 '11 at 11:09

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use 2 different browsers :)

answered Sep 24 '11 at 10:02

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Why don't you use circles? One of the main features of Google+ is the ability to separate people into groups.

answered Sep 24 '11 at 11:03

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That's not what he's referring to.

(Sep 24 '11 at 11:09) hansring hansring's gravatar image
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