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Updating Your Browser's Saved Password After Changing Your Educa Password
Updating Your Browser's Saved Password After Changing Your Educa Password

How to remove and replace old passwords from your browser when you change your Educa password.

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Updated over a week ago

If you've recently updated your Educa password, you may need to replace the old password saved in your browser. Most modern browsers can store your passwords, making it convenient to log in without remembering each one. However, this can cause issues when you change a password but your browser continues to use the outdated one.

Follow the steps below to remove the old password from your browser's memory and save the new one.

Step 1: Delete the Old Password

Your browser may not automatically prompt you to update your saved password after changing it on Educa. In such cases, you'll need to manually remove the old password from your browser's saved passwords list. Here's how you can do this in Google Chrome, Safari, and Firefox:

Google Chrome

  1. Click on the three dots in the upper-right corner to open the menu.

  2. Select "Settings," then navigate to "Autofill" > "Passwords."

  3. Use the search feature at the top to locate your Educa password.

  4. Click on the three dots next to the password and select "Remove."


  1. Click on "Safari" in the menu bar, then select "Preferences."

  2. Go to the "Passwords" tab.

  3. Use the search box to find your Educa password.

  4. Select it and then click "Remove."


  1. Click on the menu button and select "Preferences."

  2. Navigate to the "Privacy & Security" tab and click on "Saved Logins."

  3. Here, you can remove individual Educa logins by selecting them and clicking "Remove," or remove all saved logins by clicking "Remove All."

Step 2: Clear Your Browser's Cache (Optional)

In some cases, clearing your browser's cache may be necessary to ensure your new password is recognised. Clearing your cache removes temporary files and data stored by your browser, which can sometimes interfere with password recognition. Instructions on how to clear your cache vary by browser. For detailed steps for all major browsers, visit:

Step 3: Save Your New Password

After removing the old password and optionally clearing your cache, log into Educa with your new password. Your browser should prompt you to save this new password. Accept this prompt to update your browser's saved passwords.

By following these steps, you can ensure your browser uses your current Educa password, making your login process smooth and secure.

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