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Change Stumbleupon Password

I finally learned how to change my default Stumbleupon password. I think the Stumpbleupon user account page sux!

Anyway, I googled for how to change stumbleupon password and followed a link to Yahoo answer which points you to StumbleUpon Help page!

Yahoo Answer

Here’s my version of a Simple 3-Step Guide on How To Change Stumbleupon Password:

1. Go download the Toolbar at http://www.stumbleupon.com/download.php

2. Install toolbar and look for the Tools drop-down menu

3. Select Change Passwords

How to change Stumbleupon password
{ 20 comments… add one }
  • Robyn Tippins 31 Jan 2009, 7:17 am

    Thanks, very helpful 🙂

  • rich 23 Dec 2008, 3:07 am

    thank you so muchhhh

  • Kate 18 Dec 2008, 9:24 am

    Yay! I’ve been looking forever! THANK YOU!

  • hitsu 6 Dec 2008, 4:09 pm

    Thanks alot! 🙂

  • Balakrishna Venkatta Raman 7 Nov 2008, 6:03 am

    Thanks a lot for this tip

  • fedmich 28 Oct 2008, 9:48 am

    Yes, it should be on their website!

  • horakus 18 Sep 2008, 3:58 am

    Life saver. At least… the rest of my day… Big thank you.

  • Elrondp 5 Sep 2008, 9:46 pm

    THANKS!!!
    i had the toolbar, so i guess i didn’t search properly (but it should’ve been on the website!) xD

  • 5starhiphop 1 Aug 2008, 4:54 pm

    THANKS SOOO MUCH!

    I’ve been a user of stumbleupon for like 3 or 4 years now and had to memorize their sucky password for so long. FINALLY I KNOW!!

    note to stumbleupon: make it more VISIBLE!

  • Oier 28 Jul 2008, 6:27 pm

    Many Thanks!

  • Patrick 10 Jul 2008, 11:32 pm

    Thanks, now I can go on with my day!

    Of course why oh why is it not in the preferences area.

  • ultraspy 26 Jun 2008, 10:58 pm

    yep, you’re my hero. thanks for this info!

  • zeorin 10 May 2008, 11:00 pm

    It’s bad design indeed. One of the cool things about stumbleupon is that your things are not stored on your computer. This means that you can log in on another computer (say, a friend’s) to show him a page you liked. You are not likely to remember your password (because the toolbar just remembers it), so you will need to request a new one. So far, so good. After having reset the pw and logged in, I want to change it to something that I can remember. I cannot do this on my friend’s computer if he won’t let me install the toolbar.

    What if I was at a public library, or at work and I could not install the toolbar at all?

    It’s not a train-smash, but still it’s shoddy thinking on StumbleUpon’s part.

  • Adam 24 Apr 2008, 1:45 am

    Lousy place to put the “change password” functionality. Must be a way for them to get people to install the toolbar. But since they don’t publicize how to do it, I think it is just bad design.

  • Mel 16 Apr 2008, 12:08 pm

    Thank you for this.

  • REDace0 27 Mar 2008, 1:02 am

    Thank you very much. They really should put this under “preferences” on your StumbleUpon page, don’t you think?

  • gamer 23 Mar 2008, 2:20 am

    Oh so that’s how you do it.

  • n1ce 21 Mar 2008, 3:31 pm

    Thanks for the tip. In the toolbar,.. whooda thot. Usability tip for stumble team: how about in the “account preferences” area too,like every other damn website on earth…

  • The Investor 5 Mar 2008, 5:02 am

    Thanks, you kept my misery down to 5 minutes (I’d hidden the stumble toolbar). I think you’re number 1 for this search on google now, as your site popped right up! 🙂

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