In case, you are sharing your computer system with other users like your family member or colleague. In this situation, it is difficult to maintain your private settings, like bookmarks and themes. It is also very difficult to keep your sensitive data private. So, in this article you will read how to create multiple accounts in Chrome and also integrate these accounts with Google Account. In case, you need help, then immediately you can call the expert of Microsoft via www.office.com/setup. Hence, in this blog you will learn how to add multiple users in Chrome for Mac.
Add Users to Chrome
For this, you have to open your Chrome browser. Then from the top menu bar, you have to select People and then just choose Add Person. After this, a new window will opens up. In case, you do not have a Google account, then you have to select Get Started, or you can select Already a Chrome user? Sign in. But if you have selected Sign in, then you have to enter your email address or phone number and then just select Next option. Or you have to create a new account. Then just enter your password, and then you have to select Next option. Here, you will be asks to Turn on sync. Just you have to select Yes, I’m in or Settings just to fine-tune what you want to sync. Now, under Sync option, you have to select Manage sync just to expand the menu of options. If you want to sync everything, then you have to turn on the Sync everything toggle switch. Or, you can also select each option separately like Apps, Bookmarks, and Extensions. After this, you have to select Confirm option. Now, it will ask you to set Chrome as the default browser. If you want then you can select Set as default, or you can select Skip option.
Here, the new window will appear on your screen. In this window, a new browsing session will be there for the new user which you have created. Till you setup the Google account, the new user will be given a random profile name and icon. Any editing made by this new user will be saved locally to their account. And these settings will be synced with your Google Account.
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For this, in Chrome, you have to select People and then you have to select the profile which you want to edit. Here, the personalized instance of Chrome will opens up. You have to go to People and then just select Edit. Now, under Edit person, you will see a text box which contains the name of the profile. Here, you have to enter the name which you like for this profile. Then under the name box, you have to select a user icon. After this, you have to close the Settings window or you can select the arrow which is next to Edit person just to complete the process.
When you create the additional Chrome user, then a new menu is added to the browser. Now, in the upper-right hand side you will see the icon for which user is presently active.
Manage Sync Settings
You have to to sign in to Chrome and then just enable the sync feature. For this, you have to choose your profile icon which is located next to the address bar and then you have to select Turn on sync or Sign in again. After this, you have to enter your email address or phone number, and then you have to select Next option. Here, you have to enter your account password, and then just select Next option. It will ask you to protect your account just by setting up a recovery phone number or email. Here, you can Update or Confirm details. Now, you can confirm turning on sync just by selecting Yes, I’m in if in case, you haven’t turned on syncing. After this, you have to select the Chrome menu which is located in the upper-right hand side of the screen just by three vertical dots, and then just select Settings. Now under You and Google, you have to expand the Sync and Google services menu. Then under Sync, you have to expand Manage sync. At last, you have to toggle off or on of the items whose sync status you want to change.
The above method will help you to add multiple users in Chrome for Mac. In case, you need help then just contact to the expert of MS Office via www.office.com/setup.