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Problem: I am logged into my InJoy Customer account, but can't post to InCommunity

Solution: You may need to change your password if you are accessing InCommunity for the first time. You can use your existing password again if you wish, but you will need to go through the steps to change password in your account information. 

  • Click on My Account in the top gray bar.
  • Log into your account, if needed.
  • Select "Account Information" on the left bar titled My Account
  • Check the "Change Password" box at the bottom of account information. Password information will open. 
  • Enter a new password (can be the same as your existing password)
  • Click Save. You're ready to post! 
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