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Two classes at teachable.com, both using email to log in, but Firefox says NO to storing the two different pws

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I'm enrolled in multiple classes at teachable.com and they both use my email, however, the classes are VERY different and I need two separate passwords. Firefox said NO. Is there a way to have two passwords using the same email address? I did try to log in when I signed up for the second course and it did not recognize my email address. The sign in process for the first site is slightly different and goes through the instructor's site, and then through teachable.com. My password for the first class is stored on Firefox under teachable...and I've emailed myself the password to the second class until I can resolve this. I thought there would be a comment field or something to differentiate the two courses. Please help. Many thanks!

I'm enrolled in multiple classes at teachable.com and they both use my email, however, the classes are VERY different and I need two separate passwords. Firefox said NO. Is there a way to have two passwords using the same email address? I did try to log in when I signed up for the second course and it did not recognize my email address. The sign in process for the first site is slightly different and goes through the instructor's site, and then through teachable.com. My password for the first class is stored on Firefox under teachable...and I've emailed myself the password to the second class until I can resolve this. I thought there would be a comment field or something to differentiate the two courses. Please help. Many thanks!

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Firefox can only store one username/password combination for a specific origin (protocol and hostname). You can possibly use "Create New Login" and modify the username by like adding one extra character that you remove before submitting the form. You can create a login block exception for this origin to prevent Firefox from asking to update this login.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Firefox can only store one username/password combination for a specific origin (protocol and hostname). You can possibly use "Create New Login" and modify the username by like adding one extra character that you remove before submitting the form. You can create a login block exception for this origin to prevent Firefox from asking to update this login.

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Thank you! I was so frustrated that I couldn't think outside of the box. Your solution is perfect!