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You can change your password by following the instructions below.

Change Password

1.  Log into your Edublogs account.

Log in

2.  Go to Users > Your Profile (or Profile > Your Profile )

Your profile

2.  Scroll to the bottom of the page to the New Password area

4. Click on Generate Password.

Generate password

5.  The password reset window loads with an automatically generated password.

Automatically generated password

You can either use this automatically generated password or replace it with your own password.

The automatically generated password from above has been replaced with own password in the example below.

New Password

  • If the password is too weak you will be asked to confirm the use of weak password.
  • Using a combination of letters, numbers and symbols makes it hard for others to guess your password.
  • The strength indicator provides an indication of how good your password choice is!

4.  Click Update Profile.

Update Profile

5.  Your password should now be updated and next time you need to log into your account this is the password you use.

Retrieve lost password

1.  Click on the Lost Your Password link on your login page.

Click on Lost password link

2.  Enter your username, or email address, and click Get New Password.

Enter username

3.  Now check your email for a confirmation email — this should arrive within 30 minutes.  Make sure you check your spam folder just in case it is marked as spam.

4.  Click on the link in the confirmation email to reset your password — this should take you to a new window where you can enter your new password.

5.  The password reset window loads with an automatically generated password.

Automatically generated password

You can either use this automatically generated password or replace it with your own password.

The automatically generated password from above has been replaced with own password in the example below.

Own password

6.  Click Reset Password to change the password.

Email Support for Password Reset

If you are unable to reset your own password using the lost password link please send an email to support@edublogs.org so it can be manually reset for you.

Please include the following details in the email:

  • Your username
  • Email address attached to username
  • Your Blog URL
  • Please include an alternative email address — in case your school email account blocks replies from Edublogs support.