One of those is the ability to sync your user-information via your Google Account to any installation of Chrome you happen to be using.
Another is the new feature to have multiple users sign-in to the same version of Chrome to enable more of a “shared” user experience and let everyone keep their personalization (see video, learn more):
Alert readers will note that this feature has been available for a while in the Beta Channel if you’re a brave Chrome-ophyte.
My Wishlist Wednesday item this week is that I would LOVE LOVE a plugin or a setting to Chrome that would allow for a login window akin to the Chromebooks/Chromium OS login screens showcased below to enable super-easy user-switching on a shared/public computer still running a non-Chromium operating system (ahem).
Dear Google: This kind of user-switching is common on computers today, but why not bring this to the web-browser, too? Please enable a setting to allow my Chrome browser startup window to come to THIS login screen (or, at least come to this screen when I want to SWITCH users) to facilitate user-switching between user-accounts in a manner that is much more common, easier to understand and user-friendly than the current UI which is unclear how to sign-in and how to switch.
Please enable this user-switching screen for Chrome browsers!