It took me ages to figure out opal was blocking private browsing. I’d add an FYI for this. In addition, I constantly need private browsing for logging in to different accounts for work. We need an option to toggle this.
Thank you for sharing this.
Just added an article on the help center about this: Opal FAQ | Private Browsing on Safari Is Disabled
If you notice that you can’t use Safari in private mode, try the following steps:
- Open the Opal app
- Open your active Session
- Edit the Session
- Open Apps Blocked, then Edit the current App Group
- Under “Additional Websites”, deselect “Adult”.
That’s it! Safari private mode will now work.
Unfortunately we don’t have more granular control over this.