Update: Firefox Accounts is now live on AMO.
During the first stage of the migration, which will begin in a few weeks, you can continue logging in with your current credentials and use the site as you normally would. Once you’re logged in, you will be asked to log in with a Firefox Account to complete the migration. If you don’t have a Firefox Account, you can easily create one during this process.
Once you are done with the migration, everything associated with your AMO account, such as add-ons you’ve authored or comments you’ve written, will continue to be linked to your account.
A few weeks after that, when enough people have migrated to Firefox Accounts, old AMO logins will be disabled. This means when you log in with your old AMO credentials, you won’t be able to use the site until you follow the prompt to log in with or create a Firefox Account.
For more information, please take a look at the Frequently Asked Questions below, or head over to the forums. We’re here to help, and we apologize for any inconvenience.
Frequently asked questions
What happens to my add-ons when I convert to a new Firefox Account?
All the add-ons are accessible to the new Firefox Account.
Why do I want a Firefox Account?
Firefox Accounts is the identity system that is used to synchronize Firefox across multiple devices. Many Firefox products and services will soon begin migrating over, simplifying your sign-in process and making it easier for you to manage all your accounts.
Where do I change my password?
Once you have a Firefox Account, you can go to accounts.firefox.com, sign in, and click on Password.
If you have forgotten your current password: