How to run two separate accounts (husband's and wife's) on the same i-Pad?
log out of one account and simply log in on the other account ? I don't really understand the problem.
Obviously, that's what I tried. The problem is it does not work. Duolingo insists in going back to the first account used on the I-Pad.
If logging out of the Duolingo App and logging in with the other persons account information does not work try and log out of your Apple I.D and log in with the other persons Apple I.D '' the email address you signed up for with Apple '', That might work, and if it still doesn't work as '' satishvc '' said you can always log in via Web browser the only difference between Web and App is that with the Web version you are required to type instead of picking multiple choice words // phrases. Hope that helps
Are you using the web version or the Duolingo app?
Method #1: The simplest thing would be to log one person out and back in as another if you're using either web or the app. This can probably get tiresome, but it works as-is and doesn't require you to install or configure anything further.
Method #2: If the above gets tiresome, then you would be best served by setting up different profiles on a modern browser such as Chrome or Firefox (not sure if Safari supports this too) and using the web version. This method may also require some minor technical chops (setting up browser profiles etc). Doing so would not require either of you to login/out from Duolingo or from the iPad, which works out nicely. To setup multiple browser profiles see https://help.lever.co/hc/en-us/articles/206403315-How-do-I-create-multiple-Chrome-profiles- (Chrome) or https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/profile-manager-create-and-remove-firefox-profiles (Firefox)
Method #3: Lastly, I don't know if iPad itself allows you to setup different accounts easily. That would be a good workable, option, if possible. You could then use either web or native app and not have to login/logout frequently.
Hope that helps.
I have two accounts and it's much easier to manage them on different devices. Perhaps your wife needs a new iPad for Christmas!
My kids share an ipad, and don't particularly have any problems (just need to remember to log out at the end).
The one strange thing is though that I get notifications on my phone for everyone who has ever logged in rather than just me.