This topic is under construction for the 17.3 release of LabKey Server. For current documentation of this feature, click here.
Users can edit their own contact information when they are logged in by selecting (User) > My Account
. You can edit your information, reset your password, and change your email address, if the "self-service email changes" feature is enabled. An administrator may also make these changes for you.
Edit Account Information
To change your information, click the Edit
button. The display name defaults to your email address. It can be set manually to a name that identifies the user but is not a valid email address to avoid security and spam issues. You cannot change your user name to a name already in use by the server. When all changes are complete, click Done
Add an Avatar
You can add an avatar image to your account information by clicking Edit
, then clicking Browse or Choose File
for the Avatar
To change your password click the Change Password
An administrator may also change the users password, and also has an option to force a reset which will immediately cancel the user's current password and send an email to the user containing a link to the reset password page. When a password is reset by an admin, the user will remain logged in for their current session, but once that session expires, the user must reset their password before they log in again.
The ability for users to change their own email address must first be enabled by an administrator. If not available, this button will not be shown.
[ Video Overview: Self-service Email Changes
To change your email address, click Change Email
. You cannot use an email address already in use by another account on the server. Once you have changed your email address, verification from the new address is required within 24 hours or the request will time out. When you verify your new email address you will also be required to enter the old email address and password to prevent hijacking of an unattended account.
When all changes are complete, click Done