Users

Account Settings

You can review and edit basic account information in Account Settings.

To go to Account Settings, click on your Gravatar in the upper right-hand corner of your admin bar.gravatar-in-toolbar

Here is a direct link to Account Settings: https://wordpress.com/me/account

Account Settings

Username
Your WordPress.com username must be unique. You can change your username by typing in a new one into the username field and following the instructions that appear. Your WordPress.com username will display next to any posts you make in the WordPress.com forums.

Email Address
Required. You may change this, but note that email addresses cannot be shared among accounts. That is, one email address cannot be registered with multiple accounts. You will need to confirm by email when changing your email address.

Note: Although your email address will not be displayed publicly on WordPress.com, when you comment on any site while logged into your WordPress.com account, the e-mail address will be visible to the site’s owner/administrator.

Primary Blog
Choose which blog you want to be your primary blog. If you only have one blog there will be no dropdown.

Web Address
Not required. The full URL of your main website or blog. The Website Address will be the linked used for your Public Display Name when you leave comments on WordPress.com sites or in the forums.

Interface Language
Set the primary language of your WordPress.com administrative screens. To set the language of your actual blog, go to your blog’s General Settings.

In-page Translator
Turning this option on will enable an in-page translation tool where available. It can be used to help translate the WordPress.com interface.

Fun
It wouldn’t be any fun if we told you what this does. Just try it out for yourself and see what happens.

Instant Post Feedback
Check this option if you want to see instant post feedback when you publish new posts.

Remember: If you make any changes to your Account settings, be sure to click the Save Changes button at the bottom!

Account settings options for WordPress.com accounts

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Privacy

We use some third party tools to collect data about how users interact with our site. You can find more information about how we use these tools in our privacy policy. If you’d prefer that we not track your interactions you may opt out by using the links in this section of your account settings.

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