How To Log Into Multiple Accounts On the Same Website At Once
If you attempt to log into several accounts on a specific website using two separate identities, you may be unsuccessful. This is due to the fact that Internet Explorer, by default, distributes the same “session cookies” across all tabs and windows. By following this instruction, you may log into multiple accounts on a single website, such as Facebook, Outlook.com, Gmail, Skype, and so on, with two distinct accounts, using Internet Explorer in Windows.
Multiple accounts must be signed in or logged in.
There is an Internet Explorer option switch called -nomerge. Using Internet Explorer in Windows, use the -nomerge setting to log into multiple accounts of a specific website with two different identities.
This opens a new browser window in a new, distinct session. It is important to remember that even after using the -nomerge flag, you must start a new IE window, not just a new tab.
Enter iexplore.exe -nomerge in the Start search box to launch Internet Explorer in this mode.
Alternatively, right-click one of the IE icons > Properties > Shortcut tab, and add append -nomerge to the end of the Target box. OK > Apply
If this does not work with Windows 10/8 for you, try the following:
Try this using a Local Account.
Instead of -nomerge, use -noframemerging.
You can also log into several accounts by beginning a fresh session as shown below.
Right-click the Internet Explorer title bar and choose Show Menu Bar. You will see the opportunity to begin a new session here.
I hope this helps you.
Learn how to log into multiple accounts in Firefox or Chrome by clicking here.