@alexplusde opened this Issue on February 23rd 2016

Piwik stopped archiving a few days ago and I didn't know why until i found this thread:

"woops. It appears I changed my password recently, thereby changing the token_auth. I'll go cry in shame somewhere."

Advanced users may know that a new password also causes a new token. But people new to piwik should be told about it. For example via password changing e-mail or after the password changing dialogue.

@tsteur commented on February 24th 2016 Member

Very good point. We definitely need to mention this as it is not "normal" that token changes when you change password. It will break all kinda API access and will cause other apps and integrations etc to fail.

Also related to this is : https://github.com/piwik/piwik/issues/6559 which we will hopefully tackle in Piwik 3. It's very much needed.

@alexplusde commented on February 27th 2016

It looks like you'll be informed if you change the password in piwik backend but not if you use the password reset option.

This Issue was closed on March 6th 2016
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