I am testing out Neverware for an old D630 I have. It boots off of USB and I have successfully signed in as my primary google identity. In Chrome on Windows, when I sign in as another user (for example, my wife or my son) all of their bookmarks and buttons and features sync up with the new instance of the browser. Then, I am able to switch between my browser and their browser easily - without having to sign out and sign back in.
This profile switching doesn't seem to be as apparent in Chromium/Neverware. While I can add an account in the generic google account area, that doesn't give me the same experience. And while there is a field to "manage other users" in settings, it doesn't actually do anything. You have to check the "restrict sign-in" to even add a name to the add users field - but after you type in the name, there is no "plus" or "add" button to get that name into the system. There's just a "done" button which doesn't complete the task.
Please advise on how to replicate this feature in Chrome for Windows.
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