How Do I Change the School Associated with My Classmates.com Account?
Classmates.com is a social network in which members indicate the School that they went to and the state and the city where this school is found. Some of the requirements for creating a Classmates.com account include your full name and birthday, the date when you graduated, and your email address. Once you provide these details, Classmates.com will ask you to provide a password for your account.
To avoid hacking your Classmates.com account, it is important to choose a strong password. A strong password is one that contains a minimum of 8 characters. The password should have both letters and numbers and you may also include upper case and lower case and special symbols. To secure your account, avoid using passwords that are too obvious and easy to guess like your birthday or name.
It is also advisable to avoid sharing your password with other people and ensure that you are the only one who can access your account. Avoid also putting your password when other people are watching but instead hide it. This article will provide you with details on how you can cancel your Classmate.com account.
Changing Your Classmates.com Associated School
To change your Classmate.com school that you have associated with your account, you can follow the guidelines given below;
You Can Also Remove a School from Your Classmates.com By Following These Steps:
1. Log in to your Classmates.com account using your username and password
2. Tap on the gear icon on the right upper side of the Classmates.com account
3. Under the school that you want to remove, you will see an option to "Edit". Tap on it
4. Tap on "Delete" to remove this school
5. Confirm that you want to remove it by clicking "Yes".
6. If you delete a school that you had marked as your primary affiliation, you should replace it with another one in your profile
7. You can do this by clicking on "Make this school my Primary Affiliation"
If you don't succeed in this process, you can reach out to the Classmates.com account through;
You can ask for help in changing a school that is affiliated with your Classmates.com account by calling the Classmates.com customer support team. You may have to hold on to the call before you are connected to an available representative. If you do not want to wait on the call, you can live chat with an agent from Classmates.com.
Email and Social Media
Another way to ask for help from Classmates.com is by sending an email to the Classmates.com customer support team. Classmates.com is also available on Facebook and Twitter.
After thousands of Classmates.com customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Change the School Associated with My Classmates.com Account? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Classmates.com if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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