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How do you switch Google Drive accounts?  When I click on the Google Drive icon, it shows files from my personal Google Drive.  Sometimes I would like to access files from my work Google Drive account.

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Hi.  I also have more than one Google Drive account.  Sadly,  AFAICS,  there's no easy way to switch.  The Google account needs authorisation to connect to your Evernote account,  but I don't know whether Evernote can recognise multiple accounts.  I'm sure they intend to develop the connection and improve the features on offer,  but for the moment it might be easier to add a 'work' folder to your personal account and share it with your work identity.

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9 hours ago, thefly77 said:


no news about possibility to switch from 2 or more google account? I think that would be a great implementation.





The question was only raised recently - Evernote rarely comment about what we can expect in future updates anyway...

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21 minutes ago, Mapop said:

I too would love to connect my work account as well as my personal account.

Hi.  See the post above yours.  Check into Connected Services and disconnect one Google account to connect with another.  More options may be coming...

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On 5/31/2020 at 8:37 PM, Sean Hannon said:

Leaning into Google Drive more, and running into this problem in 2020.

Syncing multiple accounts would be a great feature.


Best raise this in a votable Feature Request Forum to see whether enough users have the same problem for Evernote to consider investigating further.  Meantime there should be no problem in saving links to GDrive files from any account into a note,  and as long as you're signed into the account or gave the link a view-and-edit level access,  you can process changes.

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