I have a work Google account and a personal Google account. The work Google account uses a SAML identity provider (like Auth0, Okta, OneLogin, etc). The personal Google account is just a regular non-gsuite gmail.com thing.

Sometimes, I'll want to log in to my personal on a device which has previously logged in to one of my work accounts, and it will unconditionally redirect me to the SAML IdP page. I can't access my personal account until I log in to my work account. This is true even if I navigate directly to accounts.google.com.

I can manually zap the cookies for google.com in my browser to force it to not know who I am, but is there some way that that I can tell Google "please give me the multi-account chooser"? Some URL I can navigate to which will always do that, and not redirect me?

  • I suggest instead using the profile feature of your browser. – ale Jul 31 '19 at 18:55
  • For the purposes of this question, let’s assume I use Safari which does not have profiles. – Glyph Aug 2 '19 at 1:44

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