If you have a need to change Twitter password, a social network for sharing short messages (up to 140 symbols), then you can be sure that you are able to do it easily and within a few minutes.
If you do it just for the sake of security, however, there are other means of making your Twitter account safer, including linking your account to the phone number or turning 2-step verification. In any case, follow the instructions, published below, in order to change Twitter password.
Change Twitter Password Step-by-Step:
Before you will get to change Twitter password, you need to log in to your Twitter account
- First Step. First of all, you need to launch the browser, copy the following link into the address line of the browser (http://twitter.com/) and press the “Enter” button. Then, you will see the main page of the social network.
Once you have accessed the Twitter account, click on this icon in order to enter the page of settings of your account
- Second Step. On the main page of Twitter, you will see two forms, one below another. One form is used for signing in to the system, whereas the other form you need for signing up. In order to get your password changed, you naturally need to sign in to Twitter first. So in the sign in form, enter your login (or phone number, or email, any of which is linked to your profile) and password. After it, click on the “Log in” button.
In the pop-up menu that will be opened, you need to select “Settings”
- Third Step. Immediately after doing those actions, you will access your Twitter account. Find the icon of your account, pictured in the form of egg and located in the right-upper part of the Twitter’s page. Once you have spotted it, click on it.
Among other sections in the settings of your Twitter account, find the section “Password”
- Fourth Step. Thereafter, you will see a pop-up menu and you have to select “Settings” in that menu.
This way, you are able to change your Twitter password in this section
- Fifth Step. This way, you have accessed the settings of your Twitter account. On the left, you will see lots of sections of your account’s settings. You need to find the “Password” section and click on it.
This kind of message you will get to see once your Twitter password has been updated
- Sixth Step. On the “Password” page, you will be actually able to set up a new password. You will notice that the current password is already typed in. So, compose a new strong password, enter it in the “New password” and “Verify password” fields, click on “Save changes”, and thus proceed further.
- Seventh Step. Then, you will see a fairly large notification that your Twitter password has been changed. Now, you can use the newly specified password for logging in to Twitter. There, however, will be an offer to view applications, but you, instead of actually viewing them, have to click on “No, thanks.”