In this article we’ll take you through the current ways of logging in to Just3Things. 

Please note: you must log in using the same email address as we have on record for you. 

First, go to and click on ‘Login’ in the upper right of the page:

You have 3 options to log in:

1) You can sign in with your email address.

2) If your organisation uses Google to administer your email account, you can log in with Google.

3) If your organisation uses Microsoft to administer your email account, you can sign in with Microsoft authentication.

Signing in with Google: 

Click on the ‘Sign in with Google’ button. You will be prompted to either log into your Gmail account, or, if you are already logged in, you will be asked if Just3Things can have permission to access your gmail account. Click ‘Allow’ to grant this permission and finish logging in: 

Signing in with a Microsoft account:

Click on the 'Sign in with Microsoft' button. You can then either log in to your Microsoft account or, if you're already logged in on that browser, select it from the list of available accounts. You may be asked to log in again. Once you've input your password, you will then be asked if Just3Things can have your permission to sign in using your Microsoft account. Click Yes and you will be logged into Just3Things:

Signing in with your email: 

First, add your email address in the required field, and click ‘Continue’:

If a record of your email address is found on the system, you will receive an email that contains a link to a page where you can specify your password:

After clicking on the link, you’ll be taken to a page where you can add and confirm your new password:

After setting your password, you will be automatically logged into Just3Things.

Need some help?

If you have any questions or need further guidance around this topic, feel free to contact your J3T representative by clicking on the blue speech bubble icon to the bottom right of the page and initiating a conversation like this:

Or alternatively you can also send an email to ''.

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