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Up to now, the personal data icon in the right-click menu of the Chrome toolbar can enable synchronization, access passwords (set in chrome://settings/passwords), payment methods (set in chrome://settings/payments), addresses (set in chrome://settings/addresses), and more. In addition, the menu can open a visitor window, administrators and close all open windows.
If you are in Mac,WindowsAnd the Linux platform has enabled the experimental flags of "Enabling the new version of Personal Data Menu" (also known as "User Menu") and added passwords, payment and address icons. Then click on the icon to redirect to the corresponding page in Chrome browser as before.
However, as shown in the figure above, the new user menu has not yet been finalized. The Chrome team still needs to add the functions of enabling synchronization, opening visitor windows and closing all windows. It is expected that these changes will be implemented soon. I wonder what you think of the new version of the user menu that Google is testing?