As a sysadmin, I frequently want to open internal web apps in incognito mode, for a variety of reasons that have nothing to do with privacy. To use a different set of credentials, perhaps. Or to prevent cross-contamination between two sessions with the same app. Or ... well, you get it, we're all running complex systems.
I would love to be able to make a link open in an incognito tab or window (ideally in all browsers, but primarily in Opera). Something like:
<a target="_incognito" href="https://were.hunting.wabbits.com">Qwiet</a>
Or, worst case, make a bookmark do that.
Every discussion I can find of this boils down to "You shouldn't want to do that because ... privacy!". But, of course, this isn't a privacy use case, and I really couldn't care less if a forensic investigator can find out I've been accessing these web apps. It's part of my job, after all. I just want some isolation, and I'd like to do it without opening a variety of different browsers or using multiple machines or VMs.