The Accounts app allows you to view and edit information about your own user account, reset your password, or reset two-factor authentication.
To access the Accounts app:
- Go to accounts.sama.com in your browser; or
- Click on the menu icon in the top right and click Accounts.
Any changes that you make to your account will be instantly updated across both the Accounts app and the rest of the Sama ecosystem.
In the Profile section, you can view and edit the following personal info:
- Email: The email address used for authentication. If you modify your email, you will automatically be logged out after doing so and must log back in with your new email address.
- First Name: Your given name.
- Middle Name: Your middle name.
- Last Name: Your family name.
If you ever forget your password when you are already logged out of your account, you can reset it by clicking Don’t remember your password? on the login page.
In the Security section, you can send yourself a password reset email if you have forgotten your password.
- Click Change Password.
- In your inbox, open the password reset email and click Reset Password.
- Enter a new password, and then enter it again to confirm.
- Click >.
Once your password has been reset successfully, you can log in with your new credentials.
You can reset two-factor authentication (2FA) at any time and set it up again on the same device or a different device. As soon as you attempt to log in again, you will be prompted to set up 2FA.
- Click Reset 2FA.
- Click your name in the header and click Logout.
- On the login page that appears, enter your username and password.
- Click Log In.
- Follow the instructions in Setting up two-factor authentication.
Once two-factor authentication has been reset successfully, you will be redirected to the My account page.
If you no longer need access to your Sama account, you can deactivate it yourself by locating the Account status section, which shows the current status of your account. Clicking Disable will deactivate your account, immediately removing your access to the Sama suite of applications.
Once your account is disabled, it can only be re-enabled by a Sama Administrator in your organization.
Updated about 2 months ago