This article will walk you through how to troubleshoot and resolve login issues if they occur.

NOTE: If you are using SSO, please contact your IT Manager to resolve any login issues. If they are unable to resolve a login issue, please contact Limble Support.

Step 1 - Verify your password is typed correctly

Use the password visibility eye to ensure your password was typed correctly.

Step 2 - Verify your Email / Username

If your password is correct, ensure that your Email / Username is also typed correctly. Your Username (which is by default your email) could have been changed to something else. Contact your Limble Administrator or Manager to have them check the Username on your account.

If you are still unable to login after you've validated your Username / Password, you may need to Reset your password as seen in Step 3.

Step 3 - Reset your password

Option 1 - Sometimes, a password reset will allow you to log back into Limble. To reset your password, select the “Forgot Password?” link on the login screen, and then follow the instructions that appear.

If you don’t get a password reset email, try the following:

  • Check your spam folder.

  • Check if you might have a bulk filter turned on. If a password reset email is tagged as bulk, you may not get it. Your IT department can help you determine this.

Option 2 — Have your Limble Administrator manually reset your password.

Your Limble Administrator can use the guide in this article to reset your password.

Step 4 - Contact your Limble Administrator to see if your account has been deactivated or removed.

Sometimes login issues occur because someone accidentally deactivated or removed a user account in Limble. Please contact your administrator to ensure your account shows as active.

Step 5 - Try logging into your account using a different device and/or a different internet connection.

Sometimes login issues are device and/or network related. First, try logging in on a different device. If that does not work, login using a different internet connection. These device-related and network-related issues are not fixable by Limble and must be discussed with your IT Team.

Step 6 - If all else fails...

If none of these troubleshooting steps work, contact Limble support using the chat bubble in the bottom right of your screen.

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