Forgetting to log out of my personal gmail, I may have problems being able to edit School District-only Google Docs. This occurs most often when teachers are sharing documents and the receiving party doesn't see the docs in their Shared with me folder.
|This is a user's personal Gmail account logged into Google.|
|Clicking the icon shows that this is an AISD Google account.|
|Students can quickly see if they are in the student AISD domain.|
One Possible Solution:
Described very well for all devices in this Google Support Link, the Google Chrome browser does a fantastic job of managing different Google IDs within one browser. The trick is to log more than one user into Chrome.
Click the User button at the top right of the Chrome browser and then click Switch Person. You can follow the prompts to add your personal Gmail account as a new user in your Chrome browser.
Each user will have their own set of bookmarks, apps, extensions in this browser and the same set will automatically be available on any other computer where the user logs into their Google Chrome user account.
This power is quickly experienced when a user logs into a Chromebook and sees all Chrome apps, bookmarks and extensions already available to them.
You can use the People menu to switch back and forth or right-click the name button at the top right of the browser window.
The same Google Support Link above has directions for different computer platforms and devices, including Android, Chromebook and iOS devices. Learning to manage multiple Google accounts within the Chrome Browser will be a great time-saver and productivity enhancer.