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I have several Google accounts. In products like Gmail or Calendar I see my address on the top right corner and when I click on it I can switch to other accounts I'm logged in with. But in Google analytics there's no such a thing. It seems Google analytics just picks the default account and shows me that. Is there a way to switch accounts in Google analytics without logging out from the other accounts?

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Google Analytics, among some other Google products, does not currently support account switching.

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Is this is still actual today - after 2+ years from original post? – Sevenate Nov 15 '13 at 2:58
@Sevenate Yes, you still can't switch accounts. It's really lame. – leetNightshade May 13 '14 at 21:51

Why don't you use the profiles feature of chrome. Create two profiles, one for each gmail id. When ever you try to change a profile, the new profile will open in a new chrome window where you will be logged in as that profile.

The Google answer page for creating a profile still seems to show the old method where you had to create profile directory manually. Here's an alternate with a video. http://www.skipser.com/500

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