Use a strong password containing mixed cases, numbers, and/or special characters to protect your content and your community identity.
By making a password that's strong enough to stump the guessers, you're not only
protecting your own content (including any private content you have), but also the
content and activity of others in the community. Here are a few guidelines for making a
password that only you know.
Make sure at least three characters are upper-case, lower-case, numerals, or
Try using words instead of numbers—"six" instead of "6", for example.
Use numerals instead of letters here and there—"0" instead of "o" would work.
Mix uppercase and lowercase letters—as in "feLiX".
Add punctuation or other special characters. You could throw in a "!" or "$"
or "@"—pretty much anything you like, really.
Use at least six characters, although you're better off with eight or more.
If you forget your password, you can ask your community administrator to reset it, or if your
community allows you to change your password, you can change it using following steps:
Note: Some communities provide a Forgot Password link at the login screen, which enables
you to reset your password right there.
Change your password by going to the top right and selecting your avatar > Change Password. If you don't see the Change password link, then your community
has user password changing disabled and you need to contact a community
administrator to change or reset your password.
Change your password using the strength meter to measure how strong you've got it so far,
and what you can do to improve it, and then click Save.