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Forgot Spotify Password? How to Reset Your Spotify Password

A survey by Intel Security found that the typical user had 27 separate online logins.

For 27 separate logins, this is just too much to handle. According to the survey, 37% of the participants forgot their passwords at least once every week. People are so tired of having to remember hundreds of different passwords that 20% said they would give up ESPN if it meant they would never have to log in again. In response, 6% stated they would give up pizza. 


So it's not startling if you forgot your Spotify password. Take heart. Whether you unintentionally locked yourself out of your Spotify account, forgot your account password, or simply want to update your Spotify password to a stronger one, resetting your login details is easy.

Here's how to reset your Spotify password if you forgot it.

How to Access Your Spotify Account If You Forgot Your Password

You may reset your Spotify password by clicking Forgot My Password while signing in or by visiting Spotify's password reset page. 


Check out the steps below to learn how to reset your password if you forgot it. 

  1. Log out of Spotify's website and app.
  2. Visit the Spotify reset website.
  3. Enter your login details.
  4. Click “Send.”
  5. A message from us with the subject "Reset your password" should appear in your email inbox.
  6. To proceed, click the link in the email.
  7. Enter your new password in the field marked "New password" and confirm it. 
  8. Click Set Password.


If you don't get the email to reset your password:

  • Check the spam and junk mail folders.
  • Check that you provided the proper email address (or username) for your Spotify account.


If the reset link does not work:

  • Request and try another reset link.
  • Open the link in a new browser or incognito tab

Password manager 101

Password managers help create, store, and retrieve passwords from an encrypted database. In most cases, users must create and remember a single master passphrase.

The majority of password managers function in a similar manner. During setup, you will be prompted to generate a strong master password. This is where you should use password best practices, such as coming up with a lengthy passphrase free of personal information that can be guessed.

Although the majority of these programs have comparable configurations, they differ in how they safeguard credentials. Your credentials are securely stored in the cloud via web-based password managers. Some are included with web browsers. Your pc, tablet, or smartphone may include a local encrypted file where others may save your credentials.

Some password managers also include tools that let you audit your login information, filter out duplicate logins, uncheck sites you don't visit, or receive alerts when security breaches affect the organizations you use to log in. Increased security features like regional lockout and two-factor authentication are common modifications (which we highly recommend taking advantage of).

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