anonymous
  • anonymous
PEople i am planning on deleting my fb but it is linked to my OS i log into os thru fb. WHat will happen?
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katieb
  • katieb
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blues
  • blues
From the homepage - www.openstudy.com - you can log on using your username (timo86m) and whatever your OpenStudy password is. Always happy to help someone else become a nonperson (i.e., no Facebook account) like me. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
so my password is my password i use to log into fb with? THanks for reply btw
blues
  • blues
Not unless your OpenStudy password is the same as your Facebook password. Some people do use the same password everywhere, you know... Your OpenStudy password is what you set it as when you joined and picked your username.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i never picked anything i just went directly from my fb account
shadowfiend
  • shadowfiend
It's impossible to sign up for OpenStudy without setting an email and password ;) (Unless perhaps you did it over 2 years ago.) That said, as long as your email is correct, you should be able to send yourself a password reset email by hitting the forgot password button. You can then use that email to set your password even if you've forgotten what you set it to originally. I'd do that, make sure you can log in with that password, and then get rid of your fb ;)
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK i did think of that i shall see. THanks.

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