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Your account password settings. πŸ”
Know how you can set up, change, or retrieve your account password.
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Written by Anaswara Swathi
Updated over a week ago

If at any time you'd like to set up a password for your account or change your existing password, you can easily do it in just a few steps:

Set up your account password

Step 1

Go to your account dashboard, click on the profile icon at the top right corner, from the drop-down that appears, click on "My Account".

Step 2

Once you are in the "My Account" section, scroll down to find the password settings option. Enter your password in the "new password" and "confirm password" field and click on save changes.

Change your current password

Step 1

From within your Dashboard, click on your profile icon in the top right-hand corner (there's an arrow that should open a dropdown menu when you click on it).

When the dropdown opens, click on "My Account" within the dropdown menu.

Step 2

Scroll down to find the password settings option, here you can enter your old password, new password, and confirm your new password. When you're ready, click "Save changes".

Using the Forgot password option

In case you don't have access to your current password, you can easily set up a new password with the "Forgot password" option using your account email.

From from the login screen, enter your account email, the last password you remember, and click on "log in"

Click on the forgot password link, confirm your account email, and click continue

You will receive a "reset password" link in your email inbox, click on the link, and on the page that opens, enter your new password and click on the "Reset password" button to save the changes.

Your password will be updated and you can now use your new password to login to your Buy Me a Coffee account!

If you have more questions about how to set up or change your password, email us at [email protected] or click the icon below to chat with us. πŸ’›

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