It’s easy to use the Internet with multiple Google accounts signed in at the same time, but you’ll always fall back on the “standard” account. It’s a bit tricky to change this, but it is possible.
The default Google account is determined by the account with which you first signed in. This rule applies to Android devices and many Google apps. Unfortunately, changing which account is the “default”
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You can quickly see which of your accounts is the default by going to Google’s website and clicking the profile icon in the top right corner. You will see a list of all the Google accounts you have used. If one of the accounts next to it doesn’t say “Default”, you’re already using the default account.
As mentioned earlier, the first account you signed in to is the default account, so if you undo this, you will need to sign out of all accounts. After that, you can first log in with the new standard account.
First, go to google.com in a web browser and click on the profile icon in the top right corner.
Then select “Sign out of all accounts” from the pop-up menu.
If you are signed in to Google Chrome, a message will tell you that sync has been interrupted for your account. Click on “Continue” to continue.
Now you can log back in with the account you want to be the default account from now on. Click on ‘Sign in’ in the top right corner of the Google home page.
You will see a list of all accounts that were previously logged in with ‘Logged Out’ next to them. Select the one you want to be the default or click on “Use another account” to sign up with a new one.
That is it! While it’s not the best way to change default accounts, it works. Hopefully, this will solve any problems you had with switching accounts.