Remember our ancient tip on using InPrivate mode in Internet Explorer? Your experience may vary but I found that sooner or later the private environments start stepping on each other toes. There are other shortcomings, like lost history, no bookmarks, no Ctrl-Shift-T a.k.a. “bring back that tab I just accidentally closed”.
EDIT: To avoid prolonged and costly lawsuit, we’ve decided to dethrone Andre and award the Christopher Columbus (or simply CC) prize to Guido “Trekkie not Star Wars fan” Preite for his past contributions into the subject.
I’ll keep quiet while Andre explains the feature:
As a consultant, I work with multiple clients and sometimes for a single client I need to login with multiple persona. Now with this Chrome profile, I can set up the login user to Office/Dynamics 365 (which is authenticated via Azure AD) based on the persona that I would like to login. To me, this is a productivity tool compared to the other workarounds: 1. Open multiple browsers, 2. Open Inprivate/Incognito window all the time.
Tipp Jaar’s $0.02 + tax
The documentation is not entirely correct as there is no Manage People button anywhere near the account in Google Chrome. Instead, click on a control “shevron” in the top-right and select Settings, then scroll to People section:
This. Is. Absolute. Gold (and a strong Tip of the Month contender, if you ask me).
The masks are creations of Junior Fritz Jacquet, made out of the toilet paper rolls. o__O