By Justin LinghamPublished May 08, 2018 08:06:01Twitter is set to start offering users a new password prompt for its service to be more user-friendly.
Users who lose passwords for their accounts will be able to use a new option, a new feature that will let them enter their passwords and unlock new accounts.
Users can use the new feature to unlock new Twitter accounts or login to an existing account that is already locked, Twitter said.
Users will need to login to Twitter with their existing password, then use the “Password Reset” feature to reset it.
Users also can select the option to reset a password for their phone and reset it on a new phone, Twitter added.
Users that lose their Twitter password or a new one won’t have to use the password reset feature, but they will be prompted to enter their new password.
Users are free to reset their Twitter passwords at any time, though the reset will not reset the password cache on their account.
Twitter users are currently able to reset the passwords of their accounts for $1.99.