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I have several Twitter accounts to which I post messages.

One is a personal, one is a professional, and a couple for each software system I developed.

Does any one know of a plug-in for one of the major web browses on Windows or program that allows me to easily login to multiple Twitter accounts and easily switch between them ?

I now have the 4 major browsers installed on my computer , each with it's own Twitter account (with the password and login info saved), but I think there must be a better way.

On a side note: it is getting harder and harder to know to which StackOverflow alike site a question must be posted. So I hope this question here is considered on-topic.

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Are twitter desktop clients are not coming into consideration? –  schöppi Oct 23 '10 at 13:21

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Try these two Firefox add-ons, advertised as having support for multiple accounts:

Echofon for Twitter

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As far as I can see, that's not multiple account but one login for many different social network sites. –  Edelcom Oct 26 '10 at 7:39
Have you tried them? –  harrymc Oct 26 '10 at 7:55
Second link is dead. –  naught101 May 19 '14 at 0:44


I had the same problem so I wrote a chrome extension that does just that:

It will automatically add any account you sign into and you can flip between accounts at any time. As a bonus, it syncs across your computers automatically.

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There are a few extensions that manage easily swapping the set of cookies your browser is using. You can use this to swap accounts (not just on Twitter).

For Firefox: CookieSwap
For Chrome: Swap My Cookies

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Thanks for the answer, but this is not what I am looking for. –  Edelcom Oct 26 '10 at 7:40

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