You can create up to five different user profiles with your Chromebook. Fortunately, you don̵
If you don’t have multiple users yet, you can add a new person to your Chromebook as you normally would. You can do that by simply logging out of your existing account (with Ctrl + Shift + Q) and selecting the “Add person” option at the bottom of the lock screen.
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From any of the user accounts, click the status area with the Chromebook’s Wi-Fi and battery levels in the lower right corner.
Select the thumbnail of your profile picture in the Quick Settings panel.
Now click on the “Log in with another user” button. Select the “OK” option in the next warning prompt.
On the next screen, sign in to your other Chromebook account.
Both of your accounts are now eligible for the Instant Switch option, which means you don’t need to enter a passcode to go back and forth between accounts.
You can repeat this process for as many user accounts as you want.
To use the instant swap feature, click the status area again and simply select an account you want to sign in to under the display images menu.
Your Chromebook automatically authenticates you and takes you to that account without asking for the passcode. This is especially useful if you keep separate profiles for your work and personal life on your Chromebook.
You can also do this with a keyboard shortcut. Press Ctrl + Alt + the period key to go to the next user and Ctrl + Alt + the comma key to go back to the previous one.
Chrome OS offers even more hidden benefits you may not be aware of, such as a task manager and tons of keyboard shortcuts.
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