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De Settings pagina begrijpen.

By default, every user has access to their own Settings page. Here you can edit your personal information, change your password, set up two-factor authentication and verify that no one else has access to your account.

Use the menu on the left to navigate to the Settings page.

Profile settings


If you click the “Change Profile” button, a pop-up will appear with the general data of this user, here you can edit it.

You can edit your own first and last name and add and edit an address here. For example:

Remember to save your changes by clicking “Save settings.”


Change password

If you click the “Change Password” button, you will be redirected to the Change-Password page. This page allows you to set a new password.

2-factor authentication

Two-factor authentication makes your account more secure. This is because when you want to log in with Two-factor authentication, you not only have to enter your name and password but also a code you receive on, for example, your cell phone or smartwatch. This way, someone who knows your password but does not have access to your cell phone still cannot log into your account.

If you click the “Two-factor auth” button, you will be redirected to a page where you can set up two-factor authentication. That page also lists the steps you need to follow to set up two-factor authentication. Once you have successfully completed those steps, your account is secured with two-factor authentication.


If you click the “Manage activity” button, a pop-up will appear listing all the recent logins on this account.

This list of Activities is useful for checking that no one has been on your account without your knowledge. You can delete all of these Activities (other than the current one for security reasons) if you wish.

Questions or comments

If certain information in this manual is missing, incomplete or incorrect, please do not hesitate to contact us using this article. We will be happy to assist you with further explanations!

Updated on 8 November 2022

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