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    Ryan P

    Hi Christopher,

    Thanks for the idea. We can't comment if anything like this is happening. Can you tell me more about why this is important/useful to you?

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    Christopher Conley

    Many Microsoft apps on Android support dual-logins, such as To-Do, OneDrive, and Edge.  Having Swiftkey be aware of this would allow for things like Cortana to be smart enough to know the context in which I'm writing.  Word predictions for a work email should probably differ than those in personal communications, for example.

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    Dale Moore

    I'm also interested in the potential of having multiple profiles on one phone. For example, I have my personal Gmail account set up on my phone for SwiftKey. I also have my Work Gmail account set up under Samsung Knox and would love to be able to set it so that they had different themes (like the work one to be bright red) as a visual cue to remind me of which account I'm in.

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    Dale Moore

    However, either I'm really stupid, or the software is not capable of it. When I try to set the theme for the work one it brings up the selection for the personal one.

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    Ekansh Saxena

    I have another use case. Since now windows 10 supports clipboard sync, I want the clipboard to access on my android phone. However, I am unable to as I am logged into swiftkey with my Google account but outlook account on my laptop. Thus I would like to login with both accounts or link them so that I can get benefit from cloud clipboard access (win 10 feature) and my words.

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