If you have forgotten your user name, it will be emailed to you whenever you reset your password. Simply follow the instruction to recover your password. When you receive the email containing the link, right above the link the email will list your username. The way the username displays within the email is the same way you should type it–with exactly the same capital or lower case text. An example email is shown below. Please note for security reasons, some of the information in the actual email is not illustrated below.
Here you see the text of the email–Someone has requested a password reset for the website. Then it gives the username. In this example, the username is “Volunteer” with a capital “V” and the rest of the letters lower case letters. It also states you can ignore the email and your password won’t be reset. If you would also like to reset your password, simply click on the link. Note: The link above cannot be copied. It will not work. You must click on the link within your email and it will be longer than the one shown.
Today, many websites have additional features available once you “login.” The process of logging in generally requires a website specific Username and Password. It can be hard to remember all of the usernames and passwords to your favorite websites. If you cannot remember your login info, you won’t be able to access the great additional features and you may even get security error messages locking you out of your favorite websites.
Thankfully, there are a number of great software solutions to avoid these problems. Most web-browsing software already include a feature to remember your login info. For more information on your specific web-browsing software’s ability to do this, read the “Help” menu of your web browsing software. If you use a public computer or a computer which belongs to someone else, you can obtain a “portable app” or portible application to help remember your login info. There are a number of password management software programs to help you remember all of your log in information. As you visit different websites the password management software will remember and enter the correct login information for you. Each of the different password management programs work a little differently so it is worthwhile to read about the one you choose to learn how it works. The time you spend finding and learning your new password management software will no doubt save you a lot of hassles in the future.