I've been using Google Chrome on Linux since forever and I use Google products for pretty much everything: mail, calendar, contacts, docs. My company also uses Google for internal apps and I've been happily using both accounts setting the company one as the default one as reported in many how-tos (for example: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/4nvMI_r58uQ)
With the following version of chrome:
% google-chrome --version Google Chrome 69.0.3497.100
I am no longer able to keep the company one as default across Google Chrome restarts. I suspect is related to the fact that I am logged in Chrome with my personal account.
I find this very frustrating because I often have to switch from my personal account to the company one. Is anyone else running into this issue? Does anyone know how to set a default account once and for all?
Please notice that messing around with the URL is not what I want to be doing.
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox # first account https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#inbox # second account
From some comments it appears that my point is not entirely clear. Notice there two logins here:
- Login into Google Apps
- Login into Google Chrome Browser for syncing bookmarks, history, etc.
I want to use my personal account for 2. And I want to use my company account as default for 1. I tried to logout of both and then login in the correct order, however, this works only until I restart Chrome.
Once I restart Google Chrome, the default account for 1. is set to my personal one.