Oct 11 2021 01:53 AM
Oct 11 2021 01:53 AM
I use this browser with two MS accounts. The techcommunity does not let me choose the user account to sign in with! I'm forced to open a private window to sign in and write this feedback.
So when clicking Sign In, it thinks I want to sign in with my M365 company account, and asks me to accept certain permissions. However, I want to sign in with my personal MS account. So I click cancel and get redirected to the home page.
So, in order to visit the site with my personal MS account, must either use a private windows, or clear every single cookie for every single Microsoft domain, which is also NOT what I want to do.
This is simply unacceptable and driving me away from using the techcommunity at all!
I made a video for you to show you how broken the sign in flow is: https://i.imgur.com/KnxnPKM.mp4
Oct 11 2021 08:12 AM
Oct 11 2021 09:57 AM
Oct 12 2021 12:06 AM
@Eric Starker Yes, I use Edge.
No, I am not signed in with any account.
And the account that Technetcommunity tries to sign me in with, is also not my Windows account.
@Eric Starker wrote:
Unfortunately, since this is related to Edge, rather than our own site, there’s nothing additional we can do about this, but I hope this fixes it for you!
I think you are a bit quick to jump to the conclusion that it is unrelated to the techcommunity. Because even IF edge is trying to do a SSO, the techcommunity can still interrupt that process to offer me a way to sign in with a different account. At the very last at the point where I click CANCEL because I don't want to grant those permissions.
Oct 12 2021 12:07 AM
In Edge, please add a profile for your personal account - for me it works.
Then the browser logs in automatically when synchronization is enabled for the logged in user.
Thanks for the suggestion, but I do not want to sign in to an Edge profile.
Oct 12 2021 12:38 AM
Oct 12 2021 09:35 AM
Oct 12 2021 11:55 AM
@Eric StarkerThat would be great. If it's indeed my browser, I concede. But if it's the sign in flow itself, lets try to make that smoother together.