The email address you use when signing up for Grammarly is where we’ll send important emails like password resets, so we encourage you to keep it up to date.
You can change the email associated with your account at any time—here’s how to do that:
- Sign in to Grammarly
- Go to https://account.grammarly.com/
- Click Update next to Email
- Enter your new email address and click Update once again. Your new email address cannot already be registered with a Grammarly account. If a Grammarly account associated with your new email address already exists, you will need to delete it first.
- In some cases, we require completing the account verification procedure by entering a 6-digit code sent to your current email address. If you don’t have access to your email inbox, please check this article.
- Click the confirmation link sent to your new email address to confirm the change.
Note: This option works only for accounts originally registered using our standard sign-in method with an email address and password.
If you registered using Google, Facebook, or Apple, but would like to change the email on your Grammarly account, please follow these steps first.
If you are a part of a Grammarly Business team or your university grants you access to Grammarly Premium, you will need to contact your account administrator for further assistance.
I haven’t received a confirmation email
You should receive a confirmation email from Grammarly shortly after you update your email address. If you’re not getting the email, try the following:
- Check your spam or junk folder and any other tabs in your new email account inbox.
- Open your Grammarly account settings and check for typos in the new email address. If the address is incorrect, you can change it by following the steps above.
- Try adding these email addresses to your email contact list and then updating your email address again in your Grammarly account settings: