Send the reset message to your email account
- Visit: https://www.scribblemaps.com/create
- In the bottom-left corner of the footer, click the "LOGIN" button.
- Under the "Password" field, click the button: "Forgot Password?".
- Type your email address into the "Email" field.
- Click the button: "RESET PASSWORD".
- In Scribble Maps, you will see this message appear:
"Check Your Email
If the account exists, you should receive an email to continue the reset process".
- In the top-right corner of the pop-up window, click the "X" button.
- In your browser, close the current tab.
Click on the reset link
- In your browser, open a new tab.
- Open your email provider’s login page, then login to your email account.
- (Optional) If you don’t see the message from Customer Support in the inbox, check the Junk Mail or Spam folder.
- Open the email, then click the link inside the message.
A web page will open in a new browser tab. The page's title will be: "RESET PASSWORD".
- (Optional) Sign-out of your email account.
Input the new password
- On the "RESET PASSWORD" page, you will see the heading: "Input New Password".
- In the "Password" field, type-in your new password.
- In the "Repeat Password" field, type-in your new password again.
Activate the password change and login to your account
- Click the orange button: "RESET PASSWORD".
This message will appear: "Password Changed!".
- Click the link: "Go to Editor".
The page will transfer to the main app. Your email and password will be inputted automatically in the "LOGIN" window.
- Click the "LOGIN" button.
Note: The next time you login to Scribble Maps, use the new password.
Recommendation about using autofill to login
If you use your browser’s autofill option to login, you can change the autofill password. To learn how, search the online documentation for your browser. For example, you can perform a Google search for:
- "Change the autofill password in Chrome".
- "Change the autofill password in Safari".
Change your account password when you’re logged-in to your account
Change the email address you use for your account
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