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How do I change the email for my profile? Sorry if this is obvious. Been looking over my preferences and am unclear on how I would change my email address. My old Yahoo address is broken and I can't get into it any more.
 
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When you click on "my profile" at the top (when you are logged in) - do you see the email address stuff there?
 
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I'm thinking you should be able to click "My Profile" up at the top of the screen. Once you're there, just type in a new email address and then click "Submit" at the bottom.
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