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Sign in to multiple accounts at once

If you have more than one Google Account, you can sign in to multiple accounts at once. That way, you can switch between accounts without signing out and back in again.

Your accounts have separate settings, but in some cases, settings from your default account might apply.

Add accounts

  1. On your computer, sign in to Google.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, choose Add account.
  4. Follow the instructions to sign in to the account you want to use.

Computer

Switch between accounts

  1. On your computer, sign in to Google.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, select the account you’d like to use.

Sign out

Important: Before you sign out, make sure you have backup verification methods set up in case you have trouble signing back in.

  1. On your device, go to a Google page, like www.google.com.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, choose Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.

Remove your account from the sign-in page

  1. On your device, go to a browser where you’re signed in, like Chrome.
  2. Go to myaccount.google.com.
  3. In the top right, select your profile picture or initial.
  4. Select Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.
  5. Select Remove an account.
  6. Next to an account, select Remove x
  7. Optional: If you’ve signed in on other browsers, like Firefox or Safari, repeat these steps for each.

Accounts have separate settings

You can control your settings separately for each of your accounts. When you sign in to multiple accounts, account settings usually aren’t shared between accounts. For example, your accounts might have different language settings or sign-in steps.

Sometimes settings might carry over

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts at the same time, sometimes we can’t tell which account you’re using. For example, if you’re signed in to two accounts and you open a new browser window, we aren’t sure which account you want to use. In cases like these, Google might apply settings from your default account, like its Web & App Activity and Ads Personalization settings.

What a default account is

In many cases, your default account is the one you signed in with first. On mobile devices, your default account can vary depending on your device’s operating system and the apps you use.

Android

Switch accounts

You can also switch accounts in some Google apps on your mobile device. The steps to switch accounts vary by app. Learn how to add accounts to your device. When you use a Google app, you can choose which account is signed in.

When to sign in to more than one account

We recommend that you sign in to multiple accounts only on devices that you don’t share with other people.

If you use a shared device, learn about other options to securely sign in to Google.

How to tell your accounts apart

To identify which account you’re signed in to:

  1. On your computer, go to a Google page, like www.google.com.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, check the email address that’s below your account name.

You can use different profile photos or Gmail themes to make your accounts look different.

Signing in to multiple accounts isn’t available on all products

You can’t sign in to multiple accounts on some Google products, including Blogger, Google Ads, and Analytics. On products like these, you’ll be signed in to your default account.

On some Google products, the way to sign in to multiple accounts is different. Learn how to switch between accounts on Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides.

Tip: If signing in to multiple accounts isn’t an option, you can use Chrome profiles or incognito mode.

Sign out

Important: Before you sign out, make sure you have backup verification methods set up in case you have trouble signing back in.

  1. On your device, go to a Google page, like www.google.com.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, choose Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.

Remove your account from the sign-in page

  1. On your device, go to a browser where you’re signed in, like Chrome.
  2. Go to myaccount.google.com.
  3. In the top right, select your profile picture or initial.
  4. Select Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.
  5. Select Remove an account.
  6. Next to an account, select Remove Remove.
  7. Optional: If you’ve signed in on other browsers, like Firefox or Safari, repeat these steps for each.

Accounts have separate settings

You can control your settings separately for each of your accounts. When you sign in to multiple accounts, account settings usually aren’t shared between accounts. For example, your accounts might have different language settings or sign-in steps.

Sometimes settings might carry over

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts at the same time, sometimes we can’t tell which account you’re using. For example, if you’re signed in to two accounts and you open a new browser window, we aren’t sure which account you want to use. In cases like these, Google might apply settings from your default account, like its Web & App Activity and Ads Personalization settings.

What a default account is

In many cases, your default account is the one you signed in with first. On mobile devices, your default account can vary depending on your device’s operating system and the apps you use.

iPhone & iPad

Switch accounts

You can also switch accounts in some Google apps on your mobile device. The steps to switch accounts vary by app. Learn how to sign in to your account in Google apps.

When to sign in to more than one account

We recommend that you sign in to multiple accounts only on devices that you don’t share with other people.

If you use a shared device, learn about other options to securely sign in to Google.

How to tell your accounts apart

To identify which account you’re signed in to:

  1. On your computer, go to a Google page, like www.google.com.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, check the email address that’s below your account name.

You can use different profile photos or Gmail themes to make your accounts look different.

Signing in to multiple accounts isn’t available on all products

You can’t sign in to multiple accounts on some Google products, including Blogger, Google Ads, and Analytics. On products like these, you’ll be signed in to your default account.

On some Google products, the way to sign in to multiple accounts is different. Learn how to switch between accounts on Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides.

Tip: If signing in to multiple accounts isn’t an option, you can use Chrome profiles or incognito mode.

Sign out

Important: Before you sign out, make sure you have backup verification methods set up in case you have trouble signing back in.

  1. On your device, go to a Google page, like www.google.com.
  2. On the top right, select your profile image or initial.
  3. On the menu, choose Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.

Remove your account from the sign-in page

  1. On your device, go to a browser where you’re signed in, like Chrome.
  2. Go to myaccount.google.com.
  3. In the top right, select your profile picture or initial.
  4. Select Sign out or Sign out of all accounts.
  5. Select Remove an account.
  6. Next to an account, select Remove Remove.
  7. Optional: If you’ve signed in on other browsers, like Firefox or Safari, repeat these steps for each.

Accounts have separate settings

You can control your settings separately for each of your accounts. When you sign in to multiple accounts, account settings usually aren’t shared between accounts. For example, your accounts might have different language settings or sign-in steps.

Sometimes settings might carry over

If you’re signed in to multiple accounts at the same time, sometimes we can’t tell which account you’re using. For example, if you’re signed in to two accounts and you open a new browser window, we aren’t sure which account you want to use. In cases like these, Google might apply settings from your default account, like its Web & App Activity and Ads Personalization settings.

What a default account is

In many cases, your default account is the one you signed in with first. On mobile devices, your default account can vary depending on your device’s operating system and the apps you use.

Sign in to your Google Account with another email address

When you create a Google Account, you automatically get a Gmail address. But if you’d rather use another email address to sign in, you can link a non-Gmail email address to the account and use it to sign in, recover your password, get notifications, and more.

When choosing an alternate email, follow these requirements:

  • You can’t use a Gmail address.
  • You can’t use an email address that’s already linked to another Google Account.
  • Remember to use your Google Account password when signing in using this email address.

Important: The steps below apply only to an existing Google Account. Learn how to create a new Google account with an alternate email address.

Android

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open your device’s Settings app and thenGoogleand thenManage your Google Account.
  2. At the top, tap Personal info.
  3. Under “Contact info,” tap Email.
  4. Under “Alternate emails”, select Add alternate email or Add other email.
  5. Enter an email address you own. Select Add.
    • If you’re using an account through your work or school, you might not see this option. Ask your administrator for help.

We’ll send an email with a verification link to your alternate email address. You’ll need to open the email and click the link before you can sign in to your account with the alternate address. You might not get the email right away.

If you can’t find the message, see our tips to find the verification email or request a new one.

Remove alternate email addresses

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open your device’s Settings app and thenGoogleand thenManage your Google Account.
  2. At the top, tap Personal info.
  3. Under “Contact info,” tap Email.
  4. Tap Alternate emails.
  5. Next to the alternate email address you want to remove, tap Remove

See which usernames you can remove from your Google Account.

When people might see your Gmail address instead of your alternate email address

When people share things with your alternate email address, they will sometimes see your primary Google Account email (Gmail) address listed instead. Some examples include:

  • Google Docs: When someone shares content, like a document, with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of the alternate address.
  • Google Sites: When someone shares a site with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Calendar: When you respond to invitations forwarded from your alternate address, the event organizer will see the responses come from your Gmail address.
  • Google Keep: When someone shares a note with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Google Groups: If you remove an alternate email address that was part of a group, your Gmail address might show up instead.
  • Google Ads: When you accept an invitation to use a Google Ads account with your alternate email address, your Gmail address and your alternate email address will show on the account access page.

Computer

Add an alternate email address

  1. Open your Google Account. You might need to sign in.
  2. Select Personal info.
  3. Under “Contact info,” click Email.
  4. Next to “Alternate emails,” select Add alternate email or Add other email.  You may need to sign in again.
    • If you’re using an account through your work or school, you might not see this option. Ask your administrator for help.
  5. Enter an email address you own. Select Add.

We’ll send an email with a verification link to your alternate email address. You’ll need to open the email and click the link before you can sign in to your account with the alternate address. You might not get the email right away.

If you can’t find the message, see our tips to find the verification email or request a new one.

Remove alternate email addresses

  1. Open your Google Account. You might need to sign in.
  2. Select Personal info
  3. Under “Contact info,” click Email.
  4. Click Alternate emails. You might need to sign in again.
  5. Next to the alternate email address you want to remove, click Remove Remove.

See which usernames you can remove from your Google Account.

When people might see your Gmail address instead of your alternate email address

When people share things with your alternate email address, they will sometimes see your primary Google Account email (Gmail) address listed instead. Some examples include:

  • Google Docs: When someone shares content, like a document, with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of the alternate address.
  • Google Sites: When someone shares a site with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Calendar: When you respond to invitations forwarded from your alternate address, the event organizer will see the responses come from your Gmail address.
  • Google Keep: When someone shares a note with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Google Groups: If you remove an alternate email address that was part of a group, your Gmail address might show up instead.
  • Google Ads: When you accept an invitation to use a Google Ads account with your alternate email address, your Gmail address and your alternate email address will show on the account access page.

iPhone & iPad

Add an alternate email address

    1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app .
    2. At the top right, tap your profile picture or initial and then Google Account. If you don’t use Gmail, go to myaccount.google.com.
  1. At the top, tap Personal info.
  2. Under “Contact info,” tap Email.
  3. Under “Alternate emails”, select Add alternate email or Add other email.
    • If you’re using an account through your work or school, you might not see this option. Ask your administrator for help.
  1. Enter an email address you own. Select Add.

We’ll send an email with a verification link to your alternate email address. You’ll need to open the email and click the link before you can sign in to your account with the alternate address. You might not get the email right away.

If you can’t find the message, see our tips to find the verification email or request a new one.

Remove alternate email addresses

    1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app .
    2. At the top right, tap your profile picture or initial and then Google Account. If you don’t use Gmail, go to myaccount.google.com.
  1. At the top, tap Personal info.
  2. Under “Contact info,” tap Email.
  3. Select Alternate emails.
  4. Next to the alternate email address you want to remove, tap Remove email 

See which usernames you can remove from your Google Account.

When people might see your Gmail address instead of your alternate email address

When people share things with your alternate email address, they will sometimes see your primary Google Account email (Gmail) address listed instead. Some examples include:

  • Google Docs: When someone shares content, like a document, with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of the alternate address.
  • Google Sites: When someone shares a site with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Calendar: When you respond to invitations forwarded from your alternate address, the event organizer will see the responses come from your Gmail address.
  • Google Keep: When someone shares a note with your alternate email address, your Gmail address will show instead of your alternate address.
  • Google Groups: If you remove an alternate email address that was part of a group, your Gmail address might show up instead.
  • Google Ads: When you accept an invitation to use a Google Ads account with your alternate email address, your Gmail address and your alternate email address will show on the account access page.

Gmail login as different user: How to login to Gmail with new account

If you have more than one Gmail account and are wondering how to log in to a device without losing the other, here’s a guide that can help you with that. Gmail supports multiple user accounts, which means you can sign in with more than one account on a device. This works on both the app and browser. Additionally, you can also switch between the accounts on the go. That said, the Gmail login different user functionality doesn’t change your default account. Irrespective of how many logins you do, the account remains the same that you have used while setting up the device. Read on to find out how to login to Gmail with another account, while keeping other Gmail sessions active.

Gmail login different user

How to login to Gmail with another account on mobile phone

The best way to log in to Gmail with another account on a mobile phone is through an app. The Gmail app comes pre-loaded in almost all Android devices, while iPhone users can download it via App Store.

  • To login with a different user on Gmail, fire up the app
  • Tap on the circular profile icon in the top right corner and choose ‘Add another account’
  • You get the option to add another account from Google, iCloud, Outlook, Yahoo, and other.
  • If you are using Android mobile phone user, you’ll have to verify that’s you
  • After this, enter your email ID and password
  • Hit ‘Next’

You’ll now be logged in with different users in Gmail. The same steps can be used to add another Gmail account. If you don’t automatically land on the Gmail app of the account, you can switch using the steps stated below.

How to switch between Gmail accounts

The steps to switch between Gmail accounts on mobile phone and laptop are pretty much the same:

  • Click on the profile icon
  • Select the account whose emails you wish to see

That’s it! The Gmail app will show the emails of that particular account. You can perform the same steps to switch between accounts for other Google services, including YouTube, Drive, and Chrome.

How to login to Gmail with another account on desktop

As for the desktop, you can login to Gmail with another account using any browser. If you happened to have a previous session still signed in, you will immediately see your Gmail inbox. If not, open Gmail or any other Google service and sign-in with your account.

  • To add another account, tap on the profile icon
  • Choose ‘Add another account’
  • Enter your email ID or phone number, then hit ‘Next’ and add password
  • Click on ‘Next’ and voila, you’re logged in

To switch between accounts on desktop you can follow the aforementioned steps. Additionally, the browser allows you to open multiple Gmail accounts open side by side on different tabs to keep an overview.

Gmail login different user FAQ

How to change your primary Gmail account

Primary or default Gmail account is the account that you have signed in at first. If you want to set another account as your default account, “Sign out of all accounts” from the device. Now, sign in with the account that you want to set as a default or primary Gmail account.

How to switch between Gmail accounts

After you have successfully logged in to your Gmail accounts, tap on the profile icon in the top right corner and select the Gmail account whose emails you would like to see. Additionally, you can merge inboxes and avoid the hassle of switching between Gmail accounts. For this, tap on the hamburger icon and select the ‘All inboxes’ option.

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