Change your photo and account information in Outlook on the web

You can change your photo and account information in Outlook on the web by clicking on your name or profile picture at the top of the page.

To change your photo in Outlook.com, see Change your photo in Outlook.com.

Choose your version for instructions

The instructions are slightly different depending on whether you're using the new Outlook on the web. Choose which version of Outlook on the web you're using to see the steps that apply to you.

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Outlook on the Web Beta

See Instructions for the new Outlook on the web.

Outlook on the web

See Instructions for classic Outlook on the web.

Note: If your organization has included its logo in the toolbar, you might see something slightly different than shown above.

Instructions for the new Outlook on the web

Change your profile photo

  1. Select your photo at the top of the toolbar.

  2. Select My Profile.

  3. Select Update Profile.

  4. Select the camera icon next to your photo (above your name).

  5. In the Change photo box, select Upload a new photo.

  6. Choose a photo to upload and select Save.

Your new photo will appear the next time you sign in to Office 365.

Instructions for classic Outlook on the web

Change your photo

  1. At the top of the page, select your name or profile picture, and then select your profile picture under My accounts.

    A screenshot of the button for Change the photo that appears in IM

  2. In the Change Photo dialog, select Browse and choose the picture you want to use.

  3. Select Save.

Change your account information

  1. At the top of the page, select Settings Settings >Mail.

  2. Under Options, select General >My account.

    Under Options, click General, then My account

  3. Under My account, enter the information about yourself in the boxes.

    Note: You can also change your photo here by selecting Change photo Change photo on the picture box, selecting Upload photo, choosing a picture, and selecting Save.

  4. Select Save.

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