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Sign in with Google and Office 365

All users can use their Google or Office 365 accounts to sign in to Flocabulary, eliminating the need to create an additional username and password. Find answers to the most commonly asked questions below.

 

Who can use a Google or Office 365 account to sign into Flocabulary?

New users can now create their Flocabulary accounts using their Google or Office 365 accounts. See “How do I use a Google or Office 365 account to sign into Flocabulary for the first time?” below.

 

Existing Flocabulary users can switch their accounts to use Google or Office 365 Sign In as long as the email address they used to sign up for Flocabulary matches the email address of their Google or Office 365 account. See “Can I sign in with Google or Office 365 if I already have a Flocabulary account?” below.

 

How do I use a Google or Office 365 account to sign into Flocabulary for the first time?

 

For teachers, when creating an account with your school or district’s activation link, click “Connect with Google or Office 365”. You’ll be asked to confirm your Google or Office 365 account credentials, and then you’ll be good to go!

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For students, when creating an account, you can connect with Google or Office 365 on the “Join a Class screen. See the Student Quick Start Guide for how to access the “Join a Class” screen.

 

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Can I sign in with Google or Office 365 if I already have a Flocabulary account?

Yes! How you link your existing Flocabulary account to your Google or Office 365 account depends on who you are:

You are a student. First, sign in to Flocabulary, visit the My Profile page (in a drop-down menu under your name in the upper right corner) and click “Google” or “Office 365” under “Connect with Single Sign On.” That links your Flocabulary account with your Google or Office 365 account.

 

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 You are a teacher or admin who signed up for Flocabulary using the same email address that is associated with your Google or Office 365 account. First, sign in to Flocabulary, visit the My Profile page (in a drop-down menu under your name in the upper right corner) and click either “Google” or “Office 365” under “Connect with Single Sign On.” That links your Flocabulary account with your Google or Office 365 account.

 

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 You are a teacher or admin who signed up for Flocabulary using an email address that is NOT associated with a Google or Office 365 account. You’ll have to change your email address and then link it with the Google or Office 365 account. First sign in to Flocabulary, visit the My Profile page (in a drop-down menu under your name in the upper right corner) and click “Change my email address.” Follow the steps on screen to change your email address to the one associated with your Google or Office 365 account. Then click either “Google” or “Office 365” under “Connect with Single Sign On” on that same page. That links your Flocabulary account with your Google or Office 365 account.

 

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What if my students or I forget our usernames and passwords?

If you used Google or Office 365 Sign In to access Flocabulary, you should contact Google or Office 365 to retrieve your username or password.

 

How do I disconnect my Google or Office 365 Account from my Flocabulary account?

In the event you would like to disassociate your Google or Office 365 account from your Flocabulary account you can easily do so in My Profile. Once logged in visit the My Profile page (in a drop-down menu under your name in the upper right corner).

When connected to a Google or Office 365 account you'll see in My Profile > My Account the following text: You are signed in via Google or Office 365 as xxx@yyy.com. (disconnect). Click on disconnect, and you'll be asked to set a Flocabulary.com password if you have not previously done so.

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At this point you may begin using your Flocabulary.com user credentials (username and password), or if you'd like, you can connect your Flocabulary account to a different Google or Office 365 Account. See “Can I sign in with Google or Office 365 if I already have a Flocabulary account?” above.

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