One of the things I do often with customers is demo Microsoft Teams. Given that Teams is a collaboration tool, it's very useful to be able to work with multiple personas in my demos in order to demonstrate different collaboration scenarios. Edge serves me well for this need, particularly with two of its features - Profiles and Apps.
Profiles for your Personas
Profiles are like little browser sandboxes - they keep the cookies, passwords, history etc of a particular user in its own browser session. While most traditionally used to manage a single persons' 'work' versus 'personal' accounts, they're also extremely helpful for simultaneously working among multiple personas during a demo.
Here, you can see that I'm using three personas in my demo environment - Ricardo, Megan, and the Administrator. These represent three real and distinct users in my demo tenant:
So, as I browse the web as Megan B, for instance, the browser assumes that persona/credentials throughout my entire session.
I'm now also always 1-click away from using a persona, since I can pin each browser profile to my taskbar:
Installing sites as Apps
After doing so, not only do I now have my Teams Admin Center in it's own app-looking window, but I even have Start Menu buttons pinned and ready to go so that I can later access the Admin Center with just one click! (It also remembers that the Admin Center 'app' should use the MOD Administrator profile)
These features are a must-have if you want to avoid fumbling around for passwords, and to make sure you're able to highlight multi-user scenarios in your demos.
- See this in action in this 8-minute video I created for a customer to walk thru how this is done