How to enable Chrome extension while in incognito mode

If you want, you can give permission for a specific extension to run in Chrome's incognito browsing mode. They will work just like in standard browsing mode.

By default, Google Chrome does not run extensions (extensions) in incognito mode (Incognito), as doing so may violate privacy regulations. However, if you want you can still grant permission for a specific extension to work in incognito browsing mode.

One thing to keep in mind is that extensions you turn on in incognito mode can record your browsing history or other private information, and have the ability to share data with third parties. They will work just like in standard browsing mode.

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First of all, on the Chrome browser, you can click the extension icon in the toolbar, which looks like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle. When the selection menu pops up, select 'Manage extensions'.

If you don't see the puzzle piece icon in the menu bar, click the 3 vertical dots icon, and choose More tools => Extensions.

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On the Chrome browser, you can click the extension icon in the toolbar, which looks like a piece of a jigsaw puzzle. When the selection menu pops up, select 'Manage extensions'.

On the Extensions tab, find the extension you want to enable in incognito mode and click the respective Details button.

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On the Extensions tab, find the extension you want to enable in incognito mode and click the respective Details button.

In the widget's details page, scroll down and find the 'Allow in incognito' option to enable the switch.

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In the widget's details page, scroll down and find the 'Allow in incognito' option to enable the switch.

If you need to enable another extension, click the back button once, then follow the same procedure again.

Of course, extensions that are enabled in incognito mode will still work in normal mode.

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