Feature Friday: How to Change Your Account Settings

Today, Scott explains how easy it is to set a low funds notification, and change other areas of your profile and account information.

If you have changed your address, you can easily update your account information under the Edit Account Info tab.

Are you one of those people who likes to change their passwords every couple of months? If so, it is easy to do in the Change Password tab.

Should you wish to attach a picture to your profile, you can do so under the Change Picture tab. Here, you can upload your headshot, company logo, or use an avatar we provide for you. 

Finally, we have a Low Funds Notification option where you can set a customized threshold for when you would like a reminder to add funds to your account. This feature is handy if you are running content campaigns and have content scheduled to place months in advance. This feature will ensure you are notified when your account hits a certain balance so that you have enough credit for your scheduled orders to place.

For more information on features available within your Crowd Content account, check out the Feature Friday library!

Laura Dohan

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Laura is the Marketing and Community Manager at Crowd Content. She manages over 2000 content writers, content marketing, advertising, and community at Crowd Content. You'll see her popping in on the Crowd Content blog and on twitter, @laurdoh.

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0 thoughts on “Feature Friday: How to Change Your Account Settings”

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    Thank you for the information! As a new writer it is very helpful and appreciated. I found the directions for changinformation your profile picture especially helpful.

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      Earl Dotson says:

      I’m thinking of changing my profile picture and wouldn’t have known how to until reading this. Changing my password is something I should probably do more often, and now I know how to.

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