How can I change the password?

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Hi, I need to change my password, because my students have access to the class computer and can edit my Prezi presentations. Thanks
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salvio.vicari

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Travis Hitchcock

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Hi, salvio.vicari,

To change your password just log in to your prezi account and then go to prezi.com/settings. Scroll to the bottom of the screen to change your password.

Travis
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Matt Wilkes

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The word "password" does not appear on the prezi.com/settings webpage.
Can you please be more specific.

Thanks.
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Travis Hitchcock

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Hi Matt,

The word "password" does appear on the prezi.com/settings page. If you scroll to the bottom of the page you will see four options (email, password, secure connection, and delete account). Just press "password" to change your password.

Hope that helps,
Travis
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hylandfitness

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If you're on the Facebook account, it doesn't look like there is an option to change the password, just the email address... How can you assign a password after you've started your account by linking Facebook??
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I think you cannot because it is your facebook password that is used... for example, I use to log in this forum with my google account, I just even don't remember if I ever entered a specific password here :)
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Selly Meliana

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Just disconnect from your facebook first, prezi will ask you for a password.

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