Make sure you go to google.com not google.ext (where ext is from your country).
From there log out from all listed accounts, and on the login windows, choose log in with other account.
This should give you this:
If you don't see the above at this point even, clear your browsercache, temporary internet files and cookies. Then try again.
Google's multiple sign-on capability helps you manage more than one of your accounts simultaneously. Signing-in to a different account when you're already signed-in, would link both your accounts (on the client side). And on each additional sign-in, each of the accounts are linked to one other. Signing-out from one account would implicitly mean that you sign-...
I wasn't getting the remove button in the account chooser either, but it's actually easier now:
Sign out of the account you want to remove.
Click on the accounts drop down menu (top right).
Click the signed out account.
You'll see overlaid options to Remove or Sign In; click Remove.
Follow these steps to remove other accounts from your computer:
Open a new tab and type in Google.
Sign out of your account in that tab.
Click the blue sign in button in the upper right corner.
This will bring up all accounts on your computer and there will be an add account option on the bottom left or a delete account option on the bottom right.
I have two accounts logged in as well. If I go to google.com, click 'Log out', it logs me out from all accounts. I have to login back with some account and the second is not visible in the menu that time.
So I assume logging out logs you out from all accounts and required you to login with each of them separately again. (Because of this I don't understand ...
If you choose to sign out of any account while using multiple sign-in, you will be signed out of all your accounts. To resume using multiple sign-in, you will need sign in to one account and then use the Add Account option to sign in to your other account(s).
If you are signed out of all Google Accounts, this "choose account" page should show a button for "Remove" at the bottom (next to the "Add account" button).
Click on "Remove", and each account will show an "X" next to it. Just click the "X" next to the account you wish to remove, and then click "Done" at the bottom.
A Gmail URL looks like this: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox. You might notice the 0, which is the index of the first element in the array of accounts you have, or the default account. If you change it to 1, it will automatically log you into the second account, and so on.
In modern browsers, when you log into your second Gmail account you should ...
A trick I use is to define a bookmark in my bookmarks bar for each of my various Google services. From my experience, Google services enumerate the user account in the URL, so https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox will take you to account 0's inbox, https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#inbox to account 1's and so on. The trick is that you have to sign into ...
If I choose "Add an Account" again, there, it prompts me to sign in to
to add another account, with the email address of the account
currently open and a "Next" button. But nothing leads me to where I
can select my new account
On this page, there will be a link below the login box saying "Sign in as another user" or similar. That will take you to a ...
What I usually do to switch between my emails is by changing the url? You can see this url on your address bar
see that 0 change it to 1, to change it to your second gmail account.
I found the answer here.
Summary of the fix:
Log out of Google (this logs you out of all your Google accounts)
Log in into your accounts in such an order that the first one is the one you want to be "default".
You can either use incognito/private browsing mode to access a secondary account or in your case, having so many. You might try the multiple user profile method offered by Chrome.
This trick picked up from HowToGeek were the most concise. You should be able to have many windows open with different profiles active at the same time.
To start using this, go ...
If you use Google Chrome, it now has support for multiple user profiles. Create a profile for your girlfriend and one for yourself by clicking the wrench icon and choosing Settings.
Now, you can log in to Gmail with your profile. When your girlfriend uses the computer, she can switch to her own profile by pressing Shift-Ctrl-M, and log in to her Gmail ...
If you want to disable the entire system, not just remove a particular account, go to this page
Scroll down until you see a button that says “Disable Account Chooser”. After you click it, Gmail won't remember the accounts that have logged in (except if your browser fills in fields, but that's another mechanism)....
The cause of this problem is this: A browser cookie indicates which Google account you're logged into. When you're logged into your work account then go to Google+, G+ tries to access that account's Google+ service, which your company has disabled. If it wasn't disabled, you'd still be connecting to the wrong Google+ account.
Google had a high priority ...
Google multiple sign-in feature only have one default account. The alternatives are, among others, for each account
use different web browsers
use a web browser that supports multiple profiles
use different OS users profiles
use different devices
Sign in to multiple accounts at once - Google Accounts Help
Use multiple sign-in with Google Docs - ...
You can use the (apparently) undocumented authuser URL parameter to create your bookmarks. For instance:
This seems to work for Gmail, Calendar, Inbox, and presumably (most) other Google services. (At least those that ...
In a web browser, try to sign out of your accounts, then sign in again with the account that you want to use as the new default account.
In a web browser, when you sign in to multiple accounts the information is stored in cookies and the web pages and their resources could be stored in the cache. By signing out, the cookies should ...
"Perhaps the ability to sign out of a single account has been removed?"
I am afraid you are correct.
It has nothing to do with the kind of the operating system (Mac, Windows, Linux etc) you use.
It also has nothing to do with the browser you use (being Chrome, FireFox, Safari etc).
It is ALL about the browser you are logged into from.
As per the ...
Unfortunately, Google Multi-login doesn't work with all Google applications, as you've discovered.
Probably your best option to use goo.gl with multiple accounts is to use multiple browsers or, if your browser supports it, multiple profiles.
I was having this problem, too: I logged into my Gmail from my sister's Gmail without logging her out first (oops) and it linked our accounts. So, just hit sign out on any of the accounts, and it will make you re-log in to all of them. Then just don't re-log in with the account you wanted removed (or log everyone else out first by logging just one Gmail ...
At the bottom of the help page for multiple sign-in they suggest signing out of all your accounts and signing into the one you use.
They used to allow you to enable/disable multiple sign-in, but it looks like that ability is gone now.