I have multiple Google App accounts. I have one for work and one(or more) for personal use.
Whenever I visit http://plus.google.com, it will attempt to open Google Plus for an arbitrary account. (Technically, it seems to use the first account I signed into after getting logged out. So if I logout of all accounts, then sign into account B, A, then C, it appears to use account B. For work-related reasons, I need to have my work account as my first account so that I can easily access Google Drive, Calendar, Mail, etc.)
The problem is that my work administrator does not allow Google Plus. So whenever I visit http://plus.google.com, I see the following error message:
Google+ is not available for your organization (groupon.com). Please contact your administrator to enable this service."
Unlike most Google pages, there's no dropdown menu to choose the correct account.
I can work around the problem by manually tacking on a login index to the end of the url. So for example, if the account I want to use was the second account I logged into, I can do http://plus.google.com/u/1 to access it. Or http://plus.google.com/u/2 for the third account, etc. It's kind of annoying though, and the number always changes depending on the order in which I logged into accounts.
Is there a more graceful way to visit Google Plus for my personal account than manually typing in a specific index number into the url?