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I'll explain what I need.

Somedays ago, Google changed the way Google Apps store the login cookies. Making identical as a normal Google (@gmail) account. Before this, I was able to be logged in with my @gmail.com account and my google apps account simultaneously.

Now, with this change, I can't be logged in both.

So, is there some kind of "cookies manager" extension (like Session Manager) so I can switch between personal and work accounts?

If not, is there any workaround to stay logged in both accounts?

Please avoid suggesting "use different browsers", I want to achieve this using just Firefox 5.

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Which OS are you using? – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Aug 12 '11 at 1:03
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Google allows you to be logged in with multiple Google account simultaneously in the same browser. The only thing you have to do is enable it in your Google account setting. To do so:

  • In Gmail (or any google app) click on you profile picture and click on Account settings
  • Under Account overview you should have Multiple sign-in, click on Edit
  • Turn on the multiple sign-in by checking the On - Use multiple Google Accounts in the same web browser.
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Great, didn't know about that. Thanks – emzero Aug 12 '11 at 6:50

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