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I created my account by signing onto the site using my Google/Gmail account. Since then I have downloaded the app and when I try to sign on using the app it wants my name and password. But I have never used a password and cannot find a way to add one. What do I need to do so I can sign on from the App (specifically the Android App).

Edited by KevinS62
sign on, not sing on

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your username is the name on here... Which is KevinS62 and as for your password its whatever you created.

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13 hours ago, liveaboard15 said:

your username is the name on here... Which is KevinS62 and as for your password its whatever you created.

I didn't create a password. I used the option to register/sign on with my Google account. It's similar to signing on with your Facebook account. The Android app doesn't have that option so I would have to create a second account..

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I figured out how to do this finally.

1. On the Bariatric Pal website, sign off.
2. Intiate the sign on process but select the Forgot Password link.
3. Follow the process to reset (in my case, ceate) a password.

This should be the same whether you registered with your Google, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter account.

Sent from my SM-S908U using BariatricPal mobile app

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I figured out how to do this finally.

1. On the Bariatric Pal website, sign off.
2. Intiate the sign on process but select the Forgot Password link.
3. Follow the process to reset (in my case, ceate) a password.

This should be the same whether you registered with your Google, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter account.

Sent from my SM-S908U using BariatricPal mobile app


This did not work for me and I have the exact same issue. Thanks for attempting to share.

Sent from my Pixel 5 using BariatricPal mobile app

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