Thursday, April 24, 2008

There is somethign about Google which I dislike

I have been one of the google's fans since ever,
and it is intresting that whatever else which I have liked, Google bought them eventualy (blogger, youtube, orkut...) . I use almost all google services .

before google makes its united login system, we used to had diffrent logins for diffrent services.
one email for Google Adsense
one email for orkut
one for Blogger ( I had two blogger account one for personal and one for group blogs)
for security reasons I didnt use the same email for my adsense and blogger acount .

but now it is a few years which goole makes united login system and it is very painfull for me , because I have to keep on logining in and out .

for exmaple I wanna check my google adsense, I login m1@gmail.com
then I wanna post in blogger I should loging to m2@gmail.com
then I wanna check my email so I have to login to m3@gmail.com
then I wanna see my iGoogle page , I have to change back to m5@gmail.com

now imagine I wanna check my email and post into blogger at the same time...gosh it is painfull , it is really painfull and sometimes I miss my infromation -compsing email or post-

I just wish there was a tool or something which would let me login to all my google accounts at the same time . (without being forced to log out from one )
or I wish there was a tool which you could integrate your google stuff into one account .

and you know peopel change their email address every 2-3 years because of spam or security or ... so it is not my exceptional problem , I am sure much peopel have diffrent logins for Gmail and Blogger and Adsesne .

well I hope that Google guys will listen me and do something about it.

BTW I was away from this blog for like a century , it is because I moved my house to another place and I have to use dail up internet and it is pain in the a** . so I had lost my motivation to post .

# P.S :
Alex Chitu recommends using this greasemonkey script which replaces "Sign Out" link on Google pages with a select box of accounts.

# P.S2:
I like to know what Philipp Lenssen says about this .
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