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Log in & log out1:42
Log in & log out
Changing password1:12
Changing password
Resetting your login password2:25
Resetting your login password
Resending a login invite1:31
Resending a login invite
Resetting another's login password1:39
Resetting another's login password
5 videos, with a playing time of 8 minutes


 

Log in & log out1:43

"How do I log in and log out with 1st Money?"

The log in and log out process is the same regardless of whether you're using a browser, or you've installed 1st Money.

To login to 1st Money:

  1. First, go to the homepage and tap: Log in
  2. Then type in your email and password.
  3. Then turn on: Keep me logged in
  4. Turning on "Keep me logged in" means you won't be asked to log in again for 30 days.
  5. And then tap: Log in
  6. And finally, you're now logged in.

To end your session and log out:

  1. First, tap: "Work-time menu", then "Log out"
  2. You may have to scroll down to see the "Log out" button.
  3. You'll now be logged out.
  4. And finally, you'll be taken back to the login page.

Keep in mind that:

  • You must never turn on "Keep me logged in" on a public or shared device.
  • Once you've logged in with "Keep me logged in", if you close your browser or restart your device, you can still get straight back in by typing "1st.money" into your browser, on your device.
  • However, if you log in on a different browser, or on a different device, you'll be asked to log in again.
  • Also, if you want to end your 30 days session early, you can log out anytime.

For advanced usage:

  • You can always be logged in to more than one device (at the same time).

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about logging in and logging out of 1st Money!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.
 

Changing password1:10

"How do I change my password?"

It's a good idea to change your password once-in-a-while. Changing your password helps to protect your payroll and salary settings, and improves your account's safety.

To change your existing password:

  1. First, tap: "Menu", then "Change password"
  2. Now, type your new password.
  3. Then tap: Save new password
  4. If the password you entered is too short, you'll see a warning.
  5. You'll need to enter a password that's at least 8 characters long.
  6. Then tap: Save new password
  7. And finally, once your password change has been successful, you'll see a confirmation message.

Keep in mind that:

  • Your new password must always be 8 characters, or longer.
  • And your password must have at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about changing your password!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.
 

Resetting your login password2:23

"How do I reset my own login password, if I've forgotten it?"

Sometimes you may find that you've forgotten your own login password, and can't log in.

To reset your own login password, if you've forgotten it:

  1. First, from the home page, tap: Login (at the top)
  2. Then tap: Forgot? (at the bottom)
  3. Next, type in your login email.
  4. And tap: Send password reset
  5. And you'll see a confirmation that a password reset email's been sent.
  6. Now, look in your email inbox, and open the password reset email once it arrives.
  7. Before you tap the Set new password button, there's a few things in the email to take note of.
  8. First, you've got 10 minutes from receiving the email, to tap the button. The 10-minute time limit is for your own security.
  9. Next, if you didn't request the password change, you can safely ignore the email. Your password hasn't been changed, and never tap the button if you weren't expecting the email.
  10. And also, never forward the email to anyone else. The "never forward" warning is also for your own security.
  11. Now, when you're ready, tap: Set new password
  12. And once the "Set new password" page opens, type in your new password.
  13. Then tap: Save new password
  14. And you'll be logged back in to 1st Money, and you'll see a confirmation that your new password's been saved.
  15. And finally, if you ever want to change your password again, tap: "Menu", then "Change password"

Keep in mind that:

  • Your new password must always be 8 characters, or longer.
  • And your password must have at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number.
  • Also, if you've sent more than one, only the most recently sent password reset email works.
  • The most recently requested email automatically cancels all the previous requests, so those emails no longer work.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about how to reset your own login password, if you've forgotten it!

Updated: Sat, Feb 24, 2024.
 

Resending a login invite1:55

"How do I resend a login invite, if the original's lost?"

Sometimes you may find that one of your people can't find their original login invite, and can't log in.

To resend a login invite email to one of your people:

  1. First, select the person who can't find their original login invite on: "Menu", then "People"
  2. Then scroll down to their "Login" heading.
  3. And tap: Resend invite
  4. And then tap: Yes ... resend it
  5. You'll now get an "Invited" confirmation.
  6. And finally, you can get back in touch with the person who can't find their original login invite, and ask them to check their email.

You may notice:

  • That the Resend invite only shows while the person's "Login status" is set to: "Waiting ... to be confirmed"
  • If you switch to a person who's already confirmed their login invite.
  • Their "Login status" changes to: "Confirmed"
  • And now that their Resend invite no longer shows, instead it shows: Send password reset

Keep in mind that:

  • If the person still doesn't get the login invite, ask them to look in their "Spam" folder.
  • Also, make sure that you've spelled their email correctly.
  • If all else fails, try sending the invite to a different email.
  • Also, if you've sent more than one login invite email, only the most recently sent email works.
  • The most recently sent login invite email automatically cancels all the previous requests. So the previous login invite emails won't work anymore.

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about how to resend a login invite email!

Updated: Sun, Nov 5, 2023.
 

Resetting another's login password1:35

"How do I send a reset email if a person's forgotten their password?"

Sometimes you may find that one of your people has forgotten their own login password, and can't log in.

To send a login password reset email to one of your people:

  1. First, select the person who's forgotten their password on: "Menu", then "People"
  2. Then scroll down to their "Login" heading.
  3. And tap: Send password reset
  4. And then tap: Yes ... send it
  5. You'll now get an "Email sent" confirmation.
  6. And finally, you can get back in touch with the person who's forgotten their password, and ask them to check their email.

Keep in mind that:

  • There's no way for an admin to see or change another person's password.
  • The best you can do is to tap the "Send password reset" button so the person can reset it for themself.
  • Also, if you've sent more than one password reset email, only the most recently sent email works.
  • The most recently sent password reset email automatically cancels all the previous requests. So the previous password reset emails won't work anymore.

To learn more:

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about how to send a password reset email!

Updated: Sun, Nov 5, 2023.
 

Signing up3:40

"How do I sign up for my own org account?"

When you sign up to 1st Money, you'll instantly get your own org account as a full admin.

To sign up for your own org account in 1st Money:

  1. First, open your browser, and type in the website address: "1st.money"
  2. Next, scroll down the page a bit, and tap into the signup box next to the big blue Try it now! button.
  3. Type in your email.
  4. And then tap: Try it now!
  5. And you'll see a prompt asking you to: "Go check your email"
  6. In your email inbox, you'll immediately get a signup confirmation email.
  7. Next, tap: Confirm sign up
  8. And fill in the three pieces of signup info, including your first name.
  9. Last name.
  10. And the name of your company or org.
  11. Then tap: Next
  12. And now, you're all done! You've now instantly got your own org account on 1st Money.
  13. Next, tap the setup video to learn what to do next.
  14. And finally, the setup video shows you how, with six setup steps, you can be all ready for your next payday in only 5 minutes.

You may notice:

  • That if you want to skip watching, and explore 1st Money on your own, you can always tap: Maybe later
  • You'll see a reminder, in the bottom corner, showing you how to continue the six setup steps later, at any time.
  • And now you're free to explore 1st Money however you like.
  • And later, when you're ready, tap Continue setup, in the bottom corner, and you're instantly back to the six setup steps.

You may also notice:

  • That you've not set your login password yet.
  • To set your login password after signing up for an org account, check your email, and look for the "Welcome to 1st Money!" email.
  • And tap: Set password
  • You'll see a note reminding you that your password needs to be at least 8 characters.
  • And include a lower case letter, an upper case letter, and a digit.
  • Once you've typed in your new password, tap Save password, and you'll get a confirmation that your new password's saved.

Keep in mind that:

  • You can sign up to 1st Money using any browser, and on any device. Including your laptop, your smartphone, or your tablet.
  • 1st Money is 100% supported by most browsers, including Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and others.

For advanced usage:

  • If you don't immediately get your signup confirmation email, try checking your "Spam" folder.
  • The email usually arrives in seconds.
  • Alternatively, if it still doesn't arrive, try signing up with a different email. You can always change the email later.

To learn more:

  • About how you can be all ready for your next payday in only 5 minutes, watch the video on: Continue setup
  • To learn how to create additional orgs, watch the video on: Creating a new org

And that's it! That's everything you need to know about signing up for your own org account!

Updated: Fri, Jul 19, 2024.

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