Change your account settings in Office 365 like your password or language

You can change your Office 365 account settings, including your language, password, and more.

Your settings

To see your personal account settings, at the top of the page in Office 365, click Settings  > Office 365 settings.

Personal account setting What you can do

Software

Install software like Office and Lync. The contents of this page change based on what you have access to. For example, if you are using a Mac, you’ll see information for Mac users. See Install Office on your PC or Mac with Office 365.

Password

Change your Office 365 password. See Change your password.

Language

Choose your language for the Office 365 portal, Newsfeed, OneDrive, and Sites. See Change your display language.

Contact preferences

Some people get this tab, which lets them control what kind of communication they get from Microsoft. See Change your contact preferences.

Get started

When you first signed in to the Office 365 portal, the page showed getting started tasks like watching videos, installing software on your PC and Mac, and setting up mobile access on your phone or tablet. Click this tab in Office 365 settings to see that page again.

 Tip   

  • More options. There are settings and options for all the services in Office 365, including Outlook, Newsfeed, and Sites. To see those settings, click the link at the top of the page for the service, and then click Settings . The choices under Settings change for each service.
  • Photo. You can change the picture that shows up for you in Outlook Web App and Lync. For Outlook Web App, see My account. For Lync, see Change your picture.

Admin settings

An admin is someone who sets up Office 365 for an organization. Your organization might have one admin or a whole team. Admins can change settings for the whole organization. These settings are different from personal account settings.

Admin setting What you can do

Contact preferences

Request that Microsoft send you—or stop sending you—information about topics like promotional offers, customer research, and compliance notifications. See Change your contact preferences.

Change company information

This includes the company’s address. See Change your organization's address and other profile information.

Reset passwords

An admin can reset a user’s password if they forget it. See Reset a user's password.

An admin can also reset their own password if they forget it. See Reset passwords for admins.

An admin can also change how often passwords expire. See Change how often passwords expire.

Credit card

An admin can change the credit card that gets billed for Office 365. See Update your credit card information.

Get help with Office 365

If you’ve run into a problem, big or small, look in the Office 365 Community for answers. You can post a new question if someone hasn’t already asked it.

Cancel Office 365

If Office 365 doesn’t work out for your organization, you can cancel your subscription. For more information, see Cancel my subscription.
 
 
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