8 Awesome Reasons to Go Incognito in Google Chrome
You Need to Go Incognito in Google Chrome! Here’s Why:
1- Student Presentations:
When students come to the presentation computer to show their work it can often be cumbersome to log in and out of Google or other various tools. Open an incognito window for each student to login to their Google account and/or the other digital tools they need to access to demonstrate their work to the class. Once they are finished, close the window, and their login credentials are gone! You no longer have to log out and remove all the additional accounts.
2- Shared/Public Computers:
3- Check Links:
4- Travel Deals:
5- Sharing Your Computer:
6- Unbiased Searching:
7- Buying Gifts:
8- Research in Private:
These are just a few of the ways that Incognito can be used. What are your favorite ways to use this feature of Google Chrome? Please share in the comments below.
Want more Google Chrome? Check out these resources:
- Back to School with Google Chrome: The Complete Guide
- You’re Doing it Wrong! Managing Multiple Accounts in Google Chrome
- Search Google Drive and Gmail from the Chrome Omnibox
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