Updating your PriceLabs account settings

Updating Your Account Settings

To update your account settings, including the email address you use to log in to your PriceLabs account or change your password go to your Settings page from the Account menu (your initials in the top right corner).


If you change your email address, you must make the change and click "Update" then Sign out and sign back in using the new email to see the change in effect. 



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