Dokbot assessments use conversations to gather healthcare data directly from patients seamlessly with no app download and no password. (What is Dokbot?)

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There are two easy ways to sign up for a Dokbot account:

  1. Sign up using an existing Google account

  2. Sign up with your email address

Signing Up Using Google Account

  1. Go to the Dokbot Sign-up page

  2. Click on “Continue with Google”

  3. Enter your Google account email address or phone number

  4. Enter your Google account password

That's it! Your Dokbot account is ready to use.

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To log back in to your account, follow the same steps on the login page.

Signing Up Using Email Address

  1. Go to the Dokbot Sign-up page

  2. Enter your email address and click Continue

  3. Enter the one-time password sent to your email address

That's it! Your Dokbot account is ready to use.

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To log back in to your account, follow the same steps on the login page.

What is a One-Time Password?

A one-time password (or OTP) a six-digit code that is automatically generated to authenticate a user for a single login session. A new code is generated every time you try to log in and is sent to your email address. OTPs expire after a certain amount of time, keeping your account more secure while making sure you don't have to remember another password.

Can I Use a Traditional Password Instead?

Yes. To use a traditional password in combination with your email address to log in to Dokbot:

  1. Log in using a one-time password

  2. Click on User Settings on your dashboard

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  3. Click the edit button next to Password

  4. Enter and confirm your new password, then click Save

You can now log in using a traditional password.

What's Next?

NOTE: Dokbot is a subsidiary of Doxy.me Inc.

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