Invitation Text and Temporary Password

Invitation Text and Temporary Password




When invited to RX portal by text, clients will get two messages. The first is the invitation with a link to the Portal. The second text will provide the client with the email address to login along with a temporary password to use on the first login. 


When the RxPortal app is installed, the portal link will open the app displaying the login screen. Put your registered email into the top field and your temporary password into the bottom and then tap login.


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