Update the email address for your Webflow account

Update or move your email address from one Webflow account to another.

We’re transitioning to a new UI, and are in the process of updating our Webflow University content.

You can change the email associated with your Webflow account in your Profile settings. Email notifications will be sent to this updated email address.

In this lesson, you’ll learn:

  1. How to update your email address (if you don’t use Google SSO)
  2. How to update your email address (if you use Google SSO)
  3. How to move an email address from one account to another

How to update your email address (if you don’t use Google SSO)

First, make sure you’re logged in to your account. To update the email address associated with your Webflow account:

  1. Click the Account dropdown menu in the navbar
  2. Open Profile settings > Email settings tab > Update email address
  3. Type in your new email address
  4. Type in your current password
  5. Type in your two-factor authentication code (if it’s enabled)
  6. Click Save changes 

Once you save the changes, you’ll receive a verification email to confirm the update and your email address.

How to update your email address (if you use Google SSO)

First, make sure you’re logged into Google with the same email address you use for Webflow. Then: 

  1. Click the Account dropdown menu in the navbar
  2. Go to Profile settings > Email settings tab > Update email address
  3. Click the email account that matches your current Webflow account in the Authenticate with Google section (rather than the email you’re updating to)
  4. Log in with Google
  5. Click Save changes

How to move an email address from one account to another

If you want to move one of your email addresses (e.g., myemail@mail.com) from Account A to Account B:

  1. Update and replace the email address for Account A (e.g., myemail@mail.com changes to myotheremail@mail.com)
  2. Verify the email change through the verification email you'll receive once you request the update
  3. Update the email address for Account B with the original email address from Account A (e.g., myemail@mail.com)

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