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Yes, Registered Users can change their password.

 

If you are not logged in:

Navigate to the ssn-680.org website, and in the upper right corner, click on the tab that says Log In.

On the resulting pop down screen, click Forgot Login? This loads the Lost your Username or your Password? window.

Check Lost Password.

Enter your Username and your E-mail Address, press the Send Password button, and you will receive a new password shortly. Use this new password to access the site.

 

If you are logged in:

Go to the Current Watchsection on any page in the right hand column.

Find your name and click.

You can also click on Your Profile in the Watch, Quarter, and Station Bill in the right hand column (on your desktop), or near the bottom (on your tablet or mobile).

Either way, your User Profile will open.

At the top of your profile, choose Edit >> Update Your Profile.

The Edit Your Details page will load.

Select the Security tab.

In the Password field, type your new password.

In the Verify Password Field, re-type your new password.

In the Current Password Field, type your OLD password.

At the bottom of the tab box, click Update.

 

Don't forget to log out and then log back in again to make sure the new password is working.

 

That's all there is to it - if you have any questions or problems, please contact the Site Administrator.

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