The official Twitter account for the Google Chrome browser.

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Joined July 2009
With Chrome, we’re all about improving with iteration. That’s why we release new features in Beta weekly - so you can preview features in development and give us feedback. Read about some of the new experiments, ready for testing right now: goo.gle/2Yf4evx (1/2)
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After you download and run Chrome Beta, head to chrome://flags in your address bar. From there, it’s easy to enable, test, and share feedback on unreleased features. Get started → goo.gle/3mL048R
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When you connect to a website using HTTPS, your personal information and the page you're visiting stay secure. It's a vital part of keeping you safe that we’re continuing to invest in, so it's even more widely supported. Read as our team shares more → goo.gle/3AeVMtZ
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Experiment with us in #Chrome Beta ⚗️ Discover how to test and give feedback on upcoming features - like cards on the New Tab Page that help you return to recent tasks and the ability to stylize & save quotes as you browse 👉 goo.gle/2Yf4evx
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Before we started designing our new profiles experience in Chrome, we asked people what they needed. Through research, we heard that there are two situations where you find separating your workspaces most useful. (1/5)
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The first was between work and personal browsing. Sometimes, when you’re using the same computer for everything, you want to be able to close out from work so you don’t accidentally save files to the wrong place. (2/5)
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The second was for shared computers. For example, if you’re using a family laptop, you want to make sure your information isn’t mixed up with your partner’s or kids’ - and vice versa. (3/5)
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While keeping things separate among individual profiles was important, people also shared that they liked easy customization options to personalize these spaces on their computer. (4/5)
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In Chrome, you have three options for browsing: using Profiles, in Guest mode, or in Incognito mode. Watch as Product Manager Sabine Borsay breaks down each one.
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Switch between profiles to keep your bookmarks, history, passwords, and more separate from others using the same computer - all you have to do is open #Chrome 👥. More steps in the thread below (1/3):
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Not seeing your profile? Create a new one in #Chrome by clicking into the icon in the top right corner, selecting “Add,” and customizing how you like. (2/3)
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To edit or remove a profile in #Chrome, just click the icon in the top right corner to navigate to your settings, or profile manager. Get more #Chrome tips here: goo.gle/3kqyskN (3/3)
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Profiles come in handy when you want to separate workspaces on shared computers - and our updated experience makes this feature more intuitive to use. Watch as Product Manager Sabine Borsay gives a glimpse into why - and how - we made these changes: goo.gle/3CUtVBz
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From running Safety Check to managing site settings, here are the new #Chrome Actions that make it easy for you to stay in control of your data when browsing online. Learn how to enable and try them now → goo.gle/3rsWAZa
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Which actions have you taken? Once you’ve tried the new batch, share your go-to down below.
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What else do you wish was easier to get to in Chrome?
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Surf the web - and get things done - easier with Chrome Actions. Simply type out a phrase in the address bar, like “create Google slides,” and a button will appear - allowing you to launch the action with just one click. 🖱️
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