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I have two accounts that I wish to have associated with my Google+ profile. Meaning that I would like to be able to sign into either account, and have access to the same Google+ profile. Is this possible? And if yes, how?

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No. Each Google+ account is tied to a Google Profile account, which can have only one primary email.

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not that I don't believe you, but do you have a source from google for that ;) Also, is this a feature that they might be looking into, or would that just be pure speculation ATM? –  KronoS Jul 10 '11 at 17:16
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Check the revision history, it was an alternative solution but that doesn't work since the alt. email needs to be a non-Google account email. There's no other place to set another email address –  Sathya Jul 10 '11 at 17:19
    
As for your second question in the comment: It'd be pure speculation ( and I'd say it's unlikely they're going to add) –  Sathya Jul 10 '11 at 17:26
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They should a lot of people have multiple email addresses, but typically just want 1 Google+ account. –  JL01 Jul 13 '11 at 6:55
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There's a nice work around listed here http://socialtriggers.com/connect-gmail-google-plus/

Considering G+ allows you to add people to different circles (e.g. work and friends) then it makes sense that different emails (e.g. myname@gmail.com and myname@work.com) should both feed into a single G+ account.

They'll come to their senses soon enough.

Until then, we need work around it.

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Can you add some information to your post beyond just a link? If nothing else, when that link stops working, there's nothing useful here. –  Al E. Nov 27 '13 at 21:28
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