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You can absolutely change your username!

When changing your username, make sure that the username is available and that it doesn't violate username guidelines. You can't give yourself a username that is misleading, disruptive, confusing, or disruptive, nor can it give off the impression that multiple people are using the account. For example, you can't give yourself a username that implies that you work with Wikipedia or call yourself Chris Pratt. You also cannot have a username like "EnglishClassFall" or something that contains an insult or swear word.

You can make a straightforward username request at Special:GlobalRenameRequest, however you can also request a username here.

If the account is new, you can also abandon the old account and create a new one - however you must completely abandon the old account and should not sign into it again to edit or otherwise participate on Wikipedia.

You Users can absolutely change your username!

When changing your username, make sure that their username as long as the prospective username is available and that it doesn't doesn’t violate username guidelines. You can't cannot give yourself a username that is misleading, disruptive, confusing, or disruptive, nor can it give that gives off the impression that multiple people are using the account. For example, you can't give yourself a username that implies It’s generally recommended that you work with Wikipedia avoid using your real name, especially if you edit in controversial areas. Examples of usernames you cannot choose are things like “IamChrisPratt”, “EnglishClassFall”, or call yourself Chris Pratt. You also cannot have a username like "EnglishClassFall" or something that contains an insult or swear word. “WikipediaEmployee”.

You can make a straightforward username request at Special:GlobalRenameRequest, however you can also request a username here.

If the your account is new, you can also abandon the old this account and create a new one - however you must completely abandon one. The requirement for this is that the old account and should not must be completely abandoned – you cannot sign into it again to edit or otherwise participate on Wikipedia. Wikipedia.

Users can change their username as long as the prospective username is available and doesn’t violate username guidelines. You cannot give yourself a username that is misleading, disruptive, confusing, or that gives off the impression that multiple people are using the account. It’s generally recommended that you avoid using your real name, especially if you edit in controversial areas. Examples of usernames you cannot choose are things like “IamChrisPratt”, “EnglishClassFall”, or “WikipediaEmployee”.

You can make a straightforward username request at Special:GlobalRenameRequest, however you can also request a username here.

If your account is brand new, you can abandon this account and create a new one. The requirement for this is that the old account must be completely abandoned – you cannot sign into it again to edit or otherwise participate on Wikipedia.