How to turn off automatic login for Chrome?
Today I woke up to a new annoying update of our dearest company. It's a feature that logs you into Google Chrome automatically right after you log in to any of your Google accounts. The feature syncs all your data from the browser with the account.
I'm using multiple Google accounts, so it gets sketchy when I try to log into one, then the other, then it signs me out out of one... It's a never-ending cycle. This can be a problem especially if I want to use the company email without disrupting any data of that account.
It looks like setting a special flag chrome://flags#account-consistency to “Disabled” might solve the case for concerned users. The flag is quite oddly documented.
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