Updating your customers password
We explain how easy it is to reset a customers password in WooCommerce.
How to change customers password in 90 seconds
While there is a lost password link on the login page that lets your customers reset their password, sometimes the WordPress password reset email never makes it to a customers inbox.
This is the easiest way to change your customers password.
If you have sent a customer a temporary password, make sure for security reasons they change it in their account settings once they have logged in.
1. Customers temporary password
A customer can login into their account with the temporary password provider by you. Please watch the video tutorial on how to reset a customers password.
2. Customers changing their temporary password
Once a customer has logged into the site with their temporary password, they should change this in their account settings.
To change their temporary password a customer should navigate to:
- My account > Account details or
- domain.com/my-account/edit-account/ swapping domain.com with your domain.
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