Account and Settings – Profile

The Account and SettingsProfile submenu allows you to edit your account information. Every registered user can do this. The account information is accessible from the left side menu through Account and Settings. You can also click on your name on the upper right corner and then select Profile from the drop-down menu that appears.


The account information is divided into three tabs:

Basic information:

The Basic information tab offers you the option of editing the information present on your account.  You can change your name, e-mail address or username. You also have the option of uploading a new profile picture using the Upload new photo button.

The Storage bar allows you to see how much of your personal file space you have used and how much of it you have left.

Once you have made your desired changes, press the Save Changes button in order to confirm them.

NOTE: You can use either your email address or username in order to log in to your account.

Personal details:

The Personal details tab lets you put in some additional personal information, such as your date of birth, country, time zone and address. The Additional info field lets you put in any further information you would like to share. This information is only visible to Administrators and to Organisation accounts.

Again, clicking on Save changes will submit your changes.

admin dashboard screenshot of Vedamo

Change password:

The Change password tab allows you to reset your account’s password. It requires you to input your current password and the one you want to change it to. The third field must also be filled in order to confirm the new password. Click on Save changes in order to submit your new password.

General Information

Organisation accounts have access to an additional submenu under Account and Settings called General InformationThey can use this menu to make changes to their company details, add a custom logo and adjust several other settings. The article below details all of these settings and how to use them.

Was this article helpful?