New Password

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  1. Chrissy Cross

    Chrissy Cross Veteran Member
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    @Ken Anderson , I had to reset my password and I did but it's one that was given me by SENIORSonlyCLUB.

    Do I have an option of changing it to something I want?

    This is one that unless I write it down, I'll never remember it....very generic. It's similar to this. NOJJ11m

    I left part of it off but you see what I mean...
     
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    I believe you can change your password as many times as you like. Make sure that the email that the forum has is one that you have access to and you can retrieve your account if you forget your password. I can change someone's password for them but I cannot view anyone's password.
     
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    That's what I did, and I got sent that password. Usually when you do this you get an opportunity to change it to what you want, I didn't see that option.

    I'll keep trying...
     
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    Place your cursor over your profile name in the upper right of the page. A box will pop up showing two columns of options. One of them is “Password.”

    Choose that one, and you can change your password to whatever you like. First enter your existing password, and then enter a new password twice.
     
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    Okay, worked that way. Thanks.

    I wanted to change my password but went about it as if I had forgotten it and waited for the email.
     
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