Cov. Eyes on tool bar

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Sorry, I'm not very computer literate...

I have the Covenant Eyes "eyeball" on my tool bar.  I have to left click it and click "sign in" (open the eyeball) every time I want to get on the internet.  I also have two "eyeballs" on the google chrome internet page that stay open.  Is there a way to keep the tool bar eyeball open or take it off and only use the ones on the google chrome page that stay open?  

Any help appreciated...
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Dianna Tuininga

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Great question! Your explanation was fine, I believe I understand what you are asking. 

If it helps, think of the toolbar icon as the "Main" Covenant Eyes interface. Meaning that the one on the toolbar is the most important eye. If you want it to stay open you should simply check the "stay signed in" option the next time that you log in.

The icon that is in Google Chrome is there as what we can an extension. It stays open because it's job is just to help enhance the work that the toolbar Covenant Eyes icon does. 

If you missed the option when you logged in, right click on the icon down in the toolbar. (which is technically called the System Tray) and then left click on "Preferences" At the top you should see a check box that you can select in order to have Covenant Eyes automatically sign in instead of asking for your username and password.

Hope this helps

_ John