Click Settings in the menu to open your profile settings. Here you can specify your username, change email address or password, and set mailing list preferences.
From the profile settings, you can also manage your subscription, map a custom domain to your profile page, join the Readymag affiliate program, or delete your account and all projects associated with it.
Deleted accounts can’t be restored.
Click ‘Enable’ next to ‘Two-factor auth’ in your profile settings to increase the security of your Readymag account. You will see a popup with the list of mobile apps we recommend for authentication—select one of them and download it to your phone. In the next window, verify your account: scan a QR code or enter the code you receive in the text message (depending on the chosen app).
After that, each time you log in to Readymag, you will be prompted to open the app, generate a new code, and enter it.
Don’t forget to save emergency codes: they will help you avoid being locked out of your account in case you lose your phone.
Open the ‘Active sessions’ section to see a full list of your sessions, together with login date, location, and device data. Click ‘Log out’ next to a session to complete it.
All the sessions are finished automatically in 2 months after their start.
How to map a custom domain to your profile
This feature is available on all paid plans.
You can map a custom domain not only to your projects but also to your profile page. Your profile page, with all public projects and collections, will be accessible with this domain.
Open the profile settings and click Custom domain for the profile page. If you don’t have a domain, choose the corresponding option, and you’ll be redirected to our partner—iwantmyname. Here you can purchase a domain name set up to work with Readymag.
If you already have a domain, enter the following records in the DNS settings of your domain provider:
To connect with our servers
|Point To (Value):||184.108.40.206|
To verify your domain
|Point To (Value):||your verification key|
The verification key is provided only after the A-record has been added and you have clicked the 'Test' button.
Find a more comprehensive guide about custom domains on Readymag, here.