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Feature Friday: Changing your Passcode

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Visit the ReadyTalk blog every Friday to learn more about a ReadyTalk feature.  

Why use this feature?

Change is good, and every once in a while necessary.  

To that end, we recommend changing your Chairperson Passcode once in a while for security purposes.  This private code should be treated like an ATM pin number and only should be used by the conference chairperson.

How to use this feature:

  • Dial your ReadyTalk toll-free number and enter your chairperson access code and passcode. 
  • Select 2 for "Account Options." 
  • Select 1 for "Change Chairperson Passcode." 
  • Enter the new passcode, (must be at least 4 digits in length). 
  • Press #
  • Press * to return to the main menu.

Keep in mind:

Your new passcode cannot be intuitive, or easy to guess. To improve the security of your passcode, the system will not allow:

  • Sequential series of numbers for an entire passcode (examples: 12345, 4321, 23456)
  • Repeating digits for an entire passcode (examples: 1111 or 555555)
  • Digits matching the 7-digit access code (examples: If the access code is 2824390, the passcode cannot be 4390, 24390 or 824390, or 2824390)

Have any questions? Contact ReadyTalk Customer Care at any time.


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