Log in to facebook with another account. For log into Facebook with another account you are forced to log in and log out continuously, thus switching from one profile to another. A somewhat tedious procedure that you would like to streamline, if there was the possibility.
I will in fact explain to you how to log into Facebook with another account, quickly and easily, using free extensions for Chrome and Firefox.
These are very easy to use extensions that do not require complicated procedures to be configured; in fact, a few clicks will be enough to access Facebook with another account.
Log in to facebook with another account from Chrome
Chrome as your main browser, I recommend you try using Swap My Cookies per Chrome.
Go to Chrome press the button with the symbol of three dots. Locate and click on the Settings item. Scroll the page that opens until you find the item Password e Forms. Make sure there is a check mark on the item Ask to save passwords with Google Smart Lock for passwords.
Once this is done, you can proceed to use the extension that will allow you to log into Facebook with another account.
So now download the extension I told you Swap My Cookies on your Chrome browser, connected to the Chrome Web Store dedicated to the extension and first click on + Add and then Add Extension. At this point, open a new tab, connect to Facebook and log in with the first profile you want to store.
When the operation is completed, close the Facebook tab, click on the Swap My Cookies icon in the Chrome toolbar (symbol of the two cookies) and select the item New profile #1 from the menu that appears. In this way, you will activate the second set of cookies in which you will have to save your secondary Facebook identity.
Then connect to the main page of the social network, log in with the data of your second account and that's it.
For both Facebook profiles also make sure you have pressed the Save button in the browser menu with the words You want Google Smart Lock to save this site's password appeared at login.
In case you have not pressed Save when this warning appears, you can easily fix it later.
Just click on the key symbol at the bottom right of the browser's address bar. This will call up Google Smart Lock and you can save the password by pressing the button Save.
From this moment on, you can connect with the first or second "identity" of Facebook by simply selecting New profile #0 o New profile #1.
Log in to facebook with another account from FireFox
FireFox as your main browser, I recommend you try using cookie swap per Firefox.
Go to Firefox: press the menu button with the symbol of three horizontal lines. Locate and click on the entry options (symbol of a gear). From the side menu, click on the entry Safety. Make sure there is a check mark on the item Remember the login credentials to the sites.
So now download the extension I told you cookie swap free CookieSwap for the Mozilla Firefox browser. This is the addon that inspired the birth of Swap My Cookies for Chrome, therefore its operation is very similar to the latter.
To install CookieSwap on your Firefox browser, connect to the page I indicated that refers to the page of the Mozilla Addons site dedicated to the extension and first click on the button Aggiungi to Firefox and then Install e Restart now.
With the browser restarted, open a new tab and in a very similar way to the procedure indicated for Chrome, connect to Facebook to log in with the first profile you want to store. Then, close the Facebook tab, click on the CookieSwap icon in the Firefox toolbar (symbol of two cookies) and select the item Profile 2 from the menu that appears. Then go back to the main Facebook page and log in with your second account.
For both Facebook profiles you will also need to make sure that you have saved the accesses by pressing the button Save next to the browser menu with the wording Save the login credentials for Facebook in Firefox appeared at login. In case you have not pressed this button, when this warning appears, you can easily remedy it at any time. Just click on the key symbol on the left of the browser's address bar. In this way you will recall the browser tool that allows you to save the access credentials and thus you can save the login data and password by pressing the button Save.
Once you have performed this procedure, you can from now on, change your Facebook profiles "on the fly" by simply selecting Profile 1 o Profile 2 in the menu in CookieSwap.