Airbnb is one of the most popular destinations for tourists and travellers looking for an affordable yet beautiful accomodation online. Not only is it the go-to website for those looking for a place to stay but also for people who’re looking to host and rent their places worldwide.
With millions of active users, Airbnb has an influx of an incredible amount of user data, including personally identifiable information and travel plans, among other things. To protect this data and also your account, it’s important that you choose a strong password for logging into Airbnb.
If you had set up your Airbnb account in a hurry to avail that last-minute offer, or were just a wee-bit lazy when creating your account, and didn’t choose a strong password, now is as good a time as any to change your Airbnb password and here we help you do exactly that in four simple steps.
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Changing Airbnb password
Login to your Airbnb account and follow the steps mentioned below to change your password.
Step 1: Click on your profile picture on the top-right of the screen and then click on Account from the dropdown menu.
Step 2: On the next (Account) page, select Login & Security option.
Step 3: Then on the Login & Security page, click on the update button beside Password under the Login heading.
Step 4: On the next page, enter your current password in the first box from the top, then the new password for your Airbnb account and then re-enter your new password in the third and the final box. Once you’re done, click on the Update password button.
Alternatively, if you don’t remember your password, you can also click on the Forgotten your password? link on the email login page as shown in the screenshot below.
Using this link, you can send a link to your email, which will help you in resetting your Airbnb password easily.
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