New Update: Email Verification and a Note to Teachers with Student Accounts

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When you sign up for a new LiveBinders account, you will need to verify your email address before you can create the account. This is a standard security practice for most online applications.

This does not impact our paid subscribers or our existing free users except when they change their email from their My Profile page. When the email address is changed, a verification email is automatically sent to the new address.

NOTE: For teachers who have students creating accounts under their email address, it is recommended that teachers verify their email before the students sign up.

How to verify your email.

Screenshot of the My Profile page highlighting the Confirm Email section.
Screenshot of your My Profile page highlighting the Confirm Email section

First, please check your My Profile page to confirm that the address is accurate.

If your email is correct, go to the section in your account that says “Confirm Email” and click on the “Send Email” button to send the verification email to that address. Once you receive the verification email, open it and click on the button marked “Confirm email.”

If you need to change your email address, add your new email to the address field, then hit the ‘save’ button. An email will automatically be sent to that new address. Once you receive the verification email, open it and click on the button marked “Confirm email.”

screenshot of the email that is sent to verify your email address with a button after LiveBinders Support, at the bottom center of the page that says "Confirm Email".
Example email with the Confirm Email button at the bottom of the page

As always, if you have any issues with verifying your email, please contact us at support @ livebinders.com.

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