Friday, we launched a much-needed and super sleek update to the MyEclipse site. There are many awesome new features in this BEAUTIFUL UI that you're going to enjoy, but I'd really like to get to the heart of it - the Account Center. 

The MyEclipse Account Center is the  go-to spot for everything about your MyEclipse licenses. We've updated the look and feel to make managing your licenses easier. Here, you can view licenses on your account, buy or renew licenses, set notifications, and quickly update your contact information.

Let's take a quick tour!

ChartBuy, renew, and add licenses with a simple click.
The new Account center gives you a full view of your licenses. Color tags make it easy to see which licenses are active, expiring soon, or already expired. With a simple click, you can quickly buy, renew and upgrade your licenses. You can even grab a quote to learn the cost of adding new licenses to your account. 

Update Account Information. 
Here's where all your contact information is stored. You can update or change information, including your login password, here at any time. Please note that the email address you provide is where all account notifications will be sent. 

associate licenseNEW - Add Associated Licenses. 
This is a brand new option for your MyEclipse account and makes managing licenses a breeze. Now if you have multiple licenses under different accounts, or if you use a different ID for the forums, you can pull all of that information into one consolidated view. Simply add the Subscriber ID and License Key to your Associated License Tab and it will show up under your Account Center home screen. 

manage notificationsControl your Account Notifications.
Simple toggles now give you the power to decide what kind of notifications you want to receive. Here you can opt to receive alerts for upcoming license expirations and sign up for the monthly Genuitec newsletter.

If you love the new look and functionality of the site, please don't hesitate to give us a shout out on Twitter or Facebook! And if you're not a fan, think it's missing something more, we're happy to receive that feedback as well. 

 

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Posted on Sep 27th 2014