On your profile page, you can edit information about your name and address, change your login method, change your email preferences, or deactivate your account. You'll also find a shortcut to enable two-factor authentication.
Your profile holds the following information:
|Email address||Used to log in. Required.|
|Password||Used to log in. Required.|
|Full name||Displayed on invoice.|
|Phone number||Displayed on invoice.|
|Company||Displayed on invoice.|
|Address||Displayed on invoice. Determine which taxes apply to your account.|
Click the Edit Profile button in this section to modify any of these fields.
This section also displays your account's current Droplet limit and includes a link to request to increase that limit.
The Sign-in method section lets you choose how you log in to your DigitalOcean account. You can use:
You can change from one sign-in method to another by opening the Change pull-down menu and selecting the option you want to use. If you're currently using OAuth and want to switch to another account with the same provider, you have to switch to a different login option and then switch back to select a different account.
The Email preferences section includes a link to the Subscriptions Preference Center, which lets you opt in or out of the emails you receive from us.
Before you can deactivate you account, you are required to:
Deactivate without purging: If you deactivate without purging, you can reactivate the same account at a later time and keep the account history and have the same resource limits that you had when you deactivated.
Deactivate and purge: This is the equivalent of deleting your account. If you decide to use DigitalOcean again, you'll need to create a new account and go through the verification process again.