Manage the login credentials, authorized application, API Token, and more for a user. Access your User Settings by going to Settings > User Settings.
The email listed here is the address you'll use to log in to the account. You can change a user’s email address by entering a new one into the field. Updating your email will require you to click a link in an email to confirm your new email address.
The full name of the account user.
This is the time zone used for scheduling emails sent by a user. Use the drop-down to select the time zone for the account.
Dates appear on account dashboards, people's activity timelines, email scheduling, and in Workflows and Rules. Set your preferred date format using one of the following options:
- MM-DD-YYYY returns the date in Month-Day-Year
- DD-MM-YYYY returns the date in Day-Month-Year
An alphanumeric identifier that is unique to each user. The API token authenticates a user when utilizing our REST API and is required for connecting third-party integrations.
If API access is not enabled, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Generate a new API Token
View all of the third-party applications and integrations you’ve authorized access to the account. This list includes native Drip integrations as well as custom API integrations. It's possible to see multiple instances of access being granted to the same application. This occurs when an application that has already been granted access is reauthorized.
To revoke an application’s access to the account, next to the application name, click Revoke.
To change your password:
- Log into your Drip account
- Go to Settings
- Enter your Current Password
- Enter your New Password
- Verify your New Password
- Click Save Settings
Passwords must be between 8 and 72 characters.