Setting up your NameCoach account

What is NameCoach?

NameCoach is a voice-recording software that lets UD faculty, staff and students provide the correct pronunciation of their names.

NameCoach can be integrated with University applications such as Isidore and Google Mail. Once you've created a recording, you can add your NameCoach recording to your email signature

Creating a NameCoach account

  1. Open a web browser and go to porches.udayton.edu.
     
  2. Login with your UD username and password and authenticate through 2FA.
     
  3. Click on the Faculty Resources (faculty and staff) tab or Flyer Student Services (students) tab .

    Faculty tab (faculty and staff)
    Scroll to Forms and Resources and click NameCoach - Name and Pronunciation Recording.  You will be redirected to the NameCoach site.

    Flyer Student Services tab (students)
    Click on the Records link and then click NameCoach - Name and Pronunciation Recording.  You will be redirected to the NameCoach site.
     
  4. Fill out and submit the required information.
     
  5. Create your recording.
     
  6. Click Submit and Finish.  A green confirmation bar will appear at the top of the screen:


     
  7. A registration confirmation / set account password email will be sent to the address you provided.

NOTE: To use additional features such as copying and inserting a link into websites or email, you MUST CONFIRM YOUR REGISTRATION AND CREATE A PASSWORD.
 

Setting a NameCoach password


Setting password after initial registration

  1. After the initial registration for NameCoach you will receive an email with instructions to confirm your registration.
     
  2. Click on the clicking here link to set your password:


     
  3. After setting your password you will be redirected to your NameCoach Dashboard.


Setting password at a later time (not during initial registration)

  1. Open a web browser and go to https://cloud.name-coach.com.
     
  2. Click Login in the upper right corner of the screen.


     
  3. Click Forgot Password.


     
  4. Enter the email address you used for registration.
     
  5. Click Send Password Reset E-mail.
     
  6. Navigate to your email and click Change my password.


     
  7. A Reset Password box opens allowing you to create a new password.
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Article ID: 82075
Created
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