Is there any way I can switch my email for socratic?

I created my account about 3 years ago, and unfortunately that email ID is now next to dead, so I'm not even able to get my email notifications from socratic. I was hoping to be able to switch to a more current email, so I can keep up with everything.

I created my account about 3 years ago, and unfortunately that email ID is now next to dead, so I'm not even able to get my email notifications from socratic. I was hoping to be able to switch to a more current email, so I can keep up with everything.

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Oct 29, 2017

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Yes.

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You can't do that yourself, but I can change it for you, so just send me a note with the new email and I'll help you out.

I should mention that we can't do this for Socratic accounts created using Google or Facebook accounts, i.e. if you use Google or Facebook to log in, but since your account was created using an email, the change is not that difficult to make.

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May 4, 2018

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If you are not logged in directly - e.g. it says through a Facebook account - you may need to change the contact from that point.

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I haven't tried that yet. If it doesn't work, try contacting Stefan V. https://socratic.org/users/stefan-zdre

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