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Chrome Incognito Window

Did you know Chrome has an "incognito" option for browsing? Why might you want to use this you ask? Browsing in incognito mode can be handy from time to time.

One reason might be wanting to view your website or a publically shared doc from a public view. This would allow you to view your website as a parent or student might see it.

Another reason could be to have a colleague sign into Google Drive from your computer without having to sign out of Drive yourself.

To open an incognito window, click the three bars in the upper right side of Chrome then click "New Incognito Window."

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February Digital Citizenship Theme - Relationships & Communication

Click the D64 Digital Citizenship by Theme Doc Link to access resources.
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