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How to enable Gmail Multiple account login

Many of you may be aware that Gmail has enabled multiple accounts login inside a single browser which means you can use more than one Gmail account or address to login and check your email or inbox at the same time. This feature is not anabled in your Gmail account by default and if you want to use this feature, you need to activate it.

Today we will talk about how to enable Multiple login in gmail. Here is a small step by step guide to enable this feature.

  1. Go to the multiple sign-in settings page.
  2. Sign in to your account.
  3. Select On to enable the multiple sign-in feature and select the checkboxes to confirm that you understand how to use multiple sign-in. Read more about what you need to understand before using multiple sign-in.
  4. Click Save changes.

Keep in mind that Enabling multiple sign-in will disable Offline products like Offline Gmail and Offline Calendar, as well as any browser bookmarks you’ve set to link to your accounts.

Also keep in mind that you need to enable multiple sign-in feature in each of your account which you want to open simultaneously.

About the author: A Mechanical Design Engineer by profession, but passionate about Computers, software and anything that helps to learn something new or different. Love to do things which i don’t know and dive into unknown territories.

4 comments… add one
  • sir
    i need to knw how to install 32 bit application also compatible with 64 bit OS (i m using win7)

    • Most of the 32 bit applications get installed and run quite well, at least it is the case after Windows 7 64 bit came out. You need not do anything extra to make them work.
      If you are facing any problem with some specific application then tell us and we will try to help you.

  • sir i m trying to install Ansoft (antenna designer tool full version) but it will show compatibility prblem……….my email id is ****************

    • @Sourabh

      Please make a thread at Avinashtech forum with a bit more details like which operating system you are on and then we can help you better.

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