How to manage your subscriptionHow to manage your subscription Here’s how to manage your TextSpot subscription. My Subscription allows you to: Cancel your plan. Update your billing email address and billing address. Update your credit card. View your invoice history. In the TextSpot application, go to the top right and select "My Account" A dropdown menu will show you a "My Subscription" option. Select this option. You will be redirected to a TextSpot Billing page to manage your subscription information.Some readers
How to upgrade your accountHow to upgrade your account Here’s how to upgrade or downgrade your TextSpot plan. Upgrade Account allows you to: Upgrade your plan to include more monthly message credits. Downgrade your plan to include less monthly message credits. In the TextSpot application, go to theFew readers
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How to update your profile informationHow to update your profile information Here’s how to manage your TextSpot profile. Your Profile allows you to: Change your time zone. Change your organization name. Change or reset your TextSpot password. Change your time zone. Change your TextSpot email address (different than your billing email address) Enable or disable 2-factor authentication. Review account browser sessions. In the TextSpot application, go to the top right and select "My Account" (https://storage.Few readers
How to turn on incoming message email notificationsHow to turn on incoming message email notifications TextSpot allows you to receive email notifications for every incoming message you receive to your Inbox. To turn on this feature: Select "My Account" in the top right of the TextSpot app. Select "Settings" from the drop-down list. Check the box that under the "Notification Preferences" section that says "Receive email alerts on incoming messages..." then select "Save." That's it. You'll now receive an email notification any timeFew readers
What is Toll-Free Verification?What is Toll-Free Verification? Toll-Free Verification is the process of submitting your organization's information and use case for sending messages from an application like TextSpot to wireless carriers in order to have your toll-free TextSpot phone number trusted by wireless carriers. Telecommunication carriers (Verizon, ATT, etc.) are now requiring phone numbers that send messages from applications, like TextSpot, to be verified in order to prevent spam, fraud, and so they know who is sFew readers