If you think someone is accessing your LinkedIn account or you want to set a strong password to improve the security of your account you can change the password of your Linkedin account simply by setting. Otherwise, if you don’t remember your account’s current password, you’ll need to reset it By your phone number or email.
Before you change your account password on LinkedIn, I advise you to set a strong password that is difficult to remember at first glance, so that you don’t leave the opportunity to be saved by someone close to you while you are logged into your account. Here’s how to change your password.
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How to change the password of your Linkedin account
- Open the Linkedin app on your device, then log into your account if you haven’t already. Click on your profile avatar at the top, then select Settings from the side menu.
- Under the Settings page, click on the Sign-in & Security section.
- After that, click on the option to change your password.
- You will see an interface that includes three numbers. In the first field, enter the empty password, in the second field, enter the new password you want to set, and in the third field, enter the new password again. After that, enable the button under the boxes to prompt all devices to log in with the new password, which means that on any device your account is used on, it will automatically log out and the user will be prompted to enter the new password.
- Once the passwords are entered in the fields and the button is activated, click the Save button to save all changes.
We’re done, your LinkedIn account password has changed. The next time you try to log in to your account, enter the new password instead of the old one