How do I change my password once logged in my profile?

How do I change my password once logged in my profile?

Note that this procedure is applicable to the teachers and students that are associated with a school subscription.
For a family account, the parent profile is the only that has the option to modify their password.

The first step will be for you to access your MY ACCOUNT tab. It is located at the top right corner of the page.




From there, locate the button that states MODIFY MY PASSWORD to complete your modification.







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