You don't need to create a Techboomers account to use Techboomers. However, having one allows you to keep track of the courses that you want to take, so you can know what websites and services you've already learned to use, and remember where you left off when learning others. Plus, signing up for an account also subscribes you to our newsletter, so we can let you know what course we have in store next, as well as fill you in on any other special announcements.
Go to www.techboomers.com in your web browser and click Sign Up in the top-right corner.
A form will pop up that will allow you to input your account creation details. If you have a Facebook or Google account, you can click Sign Up With Facebook or Sign Up With Google (respectively) to log into the account you chose, and then follow the instructions in order to sign up for a Techboomers account using your pre-existing account information.
Otherwise, you can sign up with an email address. Click in the boxes highlighted on the right and type in:
- Your first name
- Your last name
- Your email address
- A password to protect your account with
- A copy of the password that you just chose
When you've entered all of your information, click Sign Up.
If you sign up with your email address, you will be asked to confirm your account. Go to your email account and log in, find the email from us labelled "Please Confirm Your Techboomers Account", and click it to open it. Then, click Confirm My Account.
You should be taken back to the Techboomers main page. Congratulations on registering your Techboomers account!
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