Is there an extension for Chrome that will perform the same thing as the default home page?

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Is there an extension for Chrome that will perform the same thing as the default home page?
Problem: When  opening Chrome, it prompts for which e-mail address to use.
Note: Outlook is configured with two different Microsoft Exchange Online accounts.
Goal: I need to have Chrome only select one e-mail address, and not present the different e-mail address menu.
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Scott FellDeveloper & EE Moderator
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In Chrome, when you sign in and  it gives you options for multiple accounts, you also have the option of removing the log ins.  If you log in using incognito your sessions will not be saved and that issue will not happen.
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Scott, I came across something like that in my research, and was thinking this would be an alternate solution. To provide more info, two different e-mail addresses are used in Outlook. If one e-mail address is removed from I believe accounts-work or school account (azure something) then Chrome goes straight to the homepage without prompting for an e-mail address.
Scott FellDeveloper & EE Moderator
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This is a little confusing and I don't think I fully understand what you are after.

Is there an extension for Chrome that will perform the same thing as the default home page?
Which home page and what exactly do you expect?  Can you paint a picture of your expected outcome?

When  opening Chrome, it prompts for which e-mail address to use.
Chrome typically does not do this on it's own. It would have to be some program or special page such as outlook.com etc? Which specific site/page are you referring to?

Note: Outlook is configured with two different Microsoft Exchange Online accounts.
Outlook allows multiple email accounts that are not related. I manage 5 myself. Are you referring to outlook desktop app or office365 website/outlook.com?

Goal: I need to have Chrome only select one e-mail address, and not present the different e-mail address menu.
Can you give us a screen shot (include the url) of what you are seeing? (Please obfuscate any personal information).  This will help paint a better description of what you are seeing so we may help.
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Scott,

Thank you for your time on this. My plan of action is to configure Chrome with a different profile, and see if I get an alternation solution.

I believe the behavior is by designed. A picture would be something like:https://www.brucebnews.com/2013/04/the-difference-between-a-microsoft-account-and-an-office-365-account/

See the "Sign into Office" picture.
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The profile idea sounds good.

I understand better with the Microsoft log in, but that of course is coded from the MS site

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