How to Switch Between Multiple Gmail Accounts Quickly
In the next screen Google will prompt for the password that goes with the account (like in the image below) so type your Gmail account password there are click the “Sign in” button. (Please note that the blue “Sign in with a different account” link below the sign in box still offers you the chance to sign in with yet another account at
Enter your Google Account email or phone number and password. If information is already filled in and you need to sign in to a different account, click Use another account. If you see a page describing Gmail instead of the sign-in page, click Sign in in the top right corner of the page. Google Account Your Google Account automatically protects your personal information and keeps it private and safe. Every account comes with powerful features like spam filters that block 99.9% of dangerous emails before they ever reach you, and personalized security notifications that alert you of suspicious activity and malicious websites.
Let's say my 2 Google accounts are called Primary and Secondary. I chose these names to reflect their function: I almost exclusively use "Primary". But I'm logged into both (intentionally). Every time I open Gmail, the Secondary account is used ("is active").
When you create a Google Account, you automatically get a Gmail address. But if you'd rather use another email address to sign in, you can link a non-Gmail email address to the account and use it to sign in, recover your password, get notifications, and more. When choosing an alternate email, follow these requirements: You can't use a Gmail In the list of linked accounts, choose the email address for your other Gmail account. The Gmail Inbox for your other account appears in the browser window. As an alternative, forward all your mail to one Gmail account and set up that account so that it sends from the other addresses. View Devices That Have Recently Accessed Your Account. RELATED: Secure Your Online Accounts By Removing Third-Party App Access Google offers a Recently Used Devices page that shows you where specific devices have accessed your account. This page is available from the Sign-in & Security account section in your Google account settings page.. You'll see a list of recently used devices along Update: Google has now made it possible to work with multiple Gmail accounts at once.Feel free to read up about it in my article on logging in with a different user in Gmail.. Anyway, the image below illustrates the point being made here. There are a number of Google accounts to choose from and right underneath those you will find the buttons to "Add account" and "Remove". To edit the info that you use on Google services, like your name and photo, sign in to your account. You can also choose what personal info to show when you interact with others on Google services. What's different about the paid version of Gmail? Paid Gmail features include: custom email (@yourcompany.com), unlimited group email addresses, 99.9% guaranteed uptime, twice the storage of personal Gmail, zero ads, 24/7 support, G Suite Sync for Microsoft Outlook, and more.