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This article describes how you as a self-service user change your own password in Smart ID Self-Service. Read more here: Smart ID Workforce use cases

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  • The user must be in state "active"

Step-by-step instruction for the self-service user

  1. Log in to Smart ID Self-Service with your user account.
  1. In Smart ID Self-Service, click Change password.
  2. Enter the new password as shown in the UI.

    To cancel the process, see "Cancel the process" below.

  3. Click Next to save the changed password.

To cancel the process:

  • Click Cancel to close the process.
  • Click Next to proceed with the process.

Use case details

Use case description

As a self-service user I want to change my password in Smart ID Self-Service

  • Changed password
Symbolic name


Process name

Change password


Smart ID Self-Service

Required user state


Process start

Start page>Change password


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Use case scenarios

  • A self-service user wants to change their own password

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