How to Work In Private Browsing Using In Touch EMR (Chrome in Windows)

Where to find your Chrome browser (Taskbar)

For Windows 7 user:

The Windows Taskbar can be found adjacent to the start Menu.

For Windows 8 user:

The Windows Taskbar can be found adjacent to the start Menu.


Where to find Chrome browser ( Windows Desktop)

The first time you installed Google Chrome a Desktop icon gets created. To access the Chrome browser click on its icon.

A browser will open up, to switch to private browsing

1) click on the 3 line icon on the right hand corner of the browser
2) You will see a list of menu which shows ‘new incognito window’ option. Click on it to open the private browsing option.

Note: You can also click on CTRL + Shift + N using your keyboard to open a private browsing option.

Opening up a browser from the Taskbar

1) Hover the mouse to the Chrome icon from the Taskbar and right click your mouse

2) Click on ‘New incognito window’ option to start with private browsing

This is how the browser look like if you have gone incognito.

Pages you view in incognito tabs won’t stick around in your browser’s history, cookie store, or search history after you’ve closed all of your incognito tabs. Any files you download or bookmarks you create will be kept. However, you aren’t invisible. Going incognito doesn’t hide your browsing from your employer, your internet service provider, or the websites you visit.

Now that you have the browser opened, type in the In Touch EMR website’s log in URL ( https://app.intouchemr.com/ite/login.xhtml )

or if you saved it in your bookmark, you have the option to open In Touch EMR from there.