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2/17/11
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vankjeff

new version today does not have a Sign Out button

Today, all of a sudden, there is no Sign Out button once I am logged into my gMail account online in order to delete all of the darn spam (there is WAY TOO MUCH). I read my gMail using my Outlook.
So I can't just Sign Out and then Sign In to each of my 3 gGmal accounts quickly and easily like I have done for a long time. Please put the link button back to allow me to Sign Out!
 
I use:
WinXP 
Outlook 2003  
Microsoft Security Essentials
no toolbars or plug-ins in my IE8 and just Google search (not Microsoft's favorite Bing!)
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Munnytron5000
2/17/11
Munnytron5000
Seconded
crawford69
2/17/11
crawford69
I agree completely.
dailey3fe
2/17/11
dailey3fe
I totally agree.  Looks like they are trying to make it look more like Facebook.  How about some notice that changes are coming. Go back to the old set up.
andersnp
2/17/11
andersnp
Hey, that sign out button is gone because they have enabled multiple sign-in, which is exactly what you need. Just enable multiple sign in in account settings, sign in to your three accounts, and you can easily switch between them.

What bothers me though, is that you have to click twice even when this feature is disabled. Stupid.
JeffDavis
2/17/11
JeffDavis
Andersnp - how do I enable multiple sign-in? I have looked all over after I sign-in on any of my 3 and I don't see anything that might do that. Am I clueless or is it hidden somewhere?
For now, I have figured out the easy way to sign-out is just click my name in the upper right and then click Sign-Out in the dropdown.
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