Sign in faster and easier
You can sign in to websites faster and easier using account choosers. Account choosers remember the accounts you’ve signed in with on a particular device, allowing you to choose from a list the next time you sign in to Google or other websites using accountchooser.com.
Sign in using account choosers
To sign in, just choose an account. You’ll either be signed in automatically or asked for your password, depending on how long it’s been since your last visit.
Turn on account chooser
You can sign in faster and easier across the web by turning on account choosers. When you add an account to the Google account chooser, it’ll be remembered on your device so you can easily select it when signing in to Google products or any website that uses accountchooser.com.
To enable account choosers:
- Sign in to Google.
- When you sign in to other accounts on this device in the future, they’ll automatically be added to your account chooser list.
To remove an account from your Google account chooser:
- Sign out of Google.
- Click Remove an account at the bottom of the account chooser.
- Click the “X” next to the account you’d like to remove from the list.
Remember that removing an account from an account chooser doesn’t necessarily sign you out of websites that aren’t controlled by Google.
To remove an account from accountchooser.com, visit accountchooser.com and delete the unwanted entries.
More about accountchooser.com
Accountchooser.com is a project of the non-profit OpenID Foundation, of which Google is a member. The website was created jointly by Google and others to make it easier to sign in across the Internet. Entries in accountchooser.com are stored only on your device. For more information, visit accountchooser.com/learnmore.html.
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