AOL Mail is among many options for those deciding which email service to use. By offering a variety of customizable features, the email service is a popular choice for millions of users. A free AOL account gives you both access to an email account and a variety of online news and entertainment content. And you can also use the AOL Instant Messenger service, known as AIM Mail.
How do I sign in and create an AOL email account?
Begin by visiting the AOL homepage at AOL mail login.
- Select Login / Join in the upper right-hand corner.
- Then click Sign up at the bottom of the screen.
- Then you need to enter personal information, including your name, username, date of birth and location.
How do I manage my AOL username?
- Your AOL username is the unique identity that gives you access to services like AOL mail or premium services.
- For AOL email addresses, your username is the first part of the email address before the @ symbol.
- For non-AOL email addresses, your username is the entire email address.
- Unfortunately, you can't change or modify your username once it's been created.
- If you want a different username, you'll need to create a new account.
How do I set up the AOL 2-step verification?
- 2-step verification is an optional security feature to prevent unauthorized account use.
- Start by signing in to your account security page.
- Then click the Toggle button Beside "Two-step verification," to turn it on.
- Next, enter your mobile number.
- Select Send SMS or Call me to get a verification code.
How do I manage my username and password?
- AOL makes it a breeze to get help with a common username and password issues.
- Your password gives you access to your AOL mail login account and services and should be like a fingerprint—uniquely yours.
- It is important to update your password regularly.
tart the process by signing in to your account security page. Then click Change password. Next, enter the new password you'd like to use in both the New password and Confirm new password fields. Then click Continue to confirm and then you are ready.