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I run two Chrome profiles on my laptop:

  1. Personal - Used for all my Stack Overflow accounts
  2. Work - Used for work Google account

Both are signed into their respective Google accounts.

How do I log into Stack Overflow using my personal account on my works Chrome user?

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closed as off-topic by Al E., Bookend, Alex, Eight Days of Malaise, Rubén Jan 8 at 0:43

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You will need to sign out of your work account, if you want to sign into your personal account. Did you consider setting up several Chrome profiles? support.google.com/chrome/answer/2364824 – Vidar S. Ramdal Oct 29 '13 at 11:34
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is a support question that is more appropriate for Meta Stack Overflow. – Al E. Jan 5 at 2:19
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One option is adding your work login to your Stack Overflow account.

Here's how:

  • Login to Stack Overflow from your Personal Chrome User profile.

  • Logout of your personal Gmail.

  • Add more logins from your Stack Overflow profile page

Screenshot showing 'add more logins' link

  • Next, "Login with Google" and sign in with your work Gmail.

    • This should work because you logged out of your personal Gmail in step 2

Screenshot showing 'Login with Google' option

  • Go to Gmail and Logout of your work profile and re-login with your personal profile.

    • This to bring everything back to normal on your Personal Chrome User profile.
  • From your Work Chrome User profile, visit Stack Overflow and login with your work Gmail.

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