Is signing into two hub accounts at the same time allowed? I mainly wanted to know so I can work on stuff or monitor things easier. You know, instead of signing in and out over and over.
You can sign into as many accounts as you like, provided you have the browsers available to do so. If you have a browser that supports "private mode" or "incognito mode," you can even use a single browser by simply opening such a new window.
Okay, so I got a yes and a no.
Who is right?
You can keep two windows of your current session open at once. Just open another page in either another tab or a new window.
one account in Firefox, another in chrome works.
Oh crap, I guess firefox will not let me.I just go to hubpages and its already signed into my current profile
I do this quite a bit. Usually, I use Firefox for editing hubs since it has so many add-on's that make life easier. I use Internet Explorer for everything else..
When I need to have two accounts open at once, I'll open up both browsers and log onto each separate account in each separate browser. I'll shrink the browsers to half the screen height and then stack them one on top of another.
Saleheen, it's not difficult to do, and yes, it's allowed. Just use two browsers instead of trying to do it in one.
I just mentioned in the earlier post. one account in Firefox, another in chrome works.
How come I never thought of that? Wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing it and to the OP for asking. That will be very useful.
Interesting debate you people are having.
- Chrome private browsing supports having two separate logins, one in regular mode, one in private mode. Simply click "new incognito window" while in regular mode;
- Firefox now supports private browsing, however I have never used it, and suspect it simply switches the whole browser from one mode to another. Firefox has a "Cookie Swap" extension, which enables a user to switch cookies from one login to another - not that I ever used that;
- Opera works the same as Chrome, namely regular and private browsing can be done in parallel.
There are no rules against this.
Never even thought of this. Now that you got me thinking, it's time to explore.
Anesidora is now happily retired from the forums, and I am thrilled to not have to be switching accounts all the time anymore.
Thanks for the tip!
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