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Guest Users

Version 10.6.2  03/23/2016

Being added as a guest user (a user who does not have a NetID with Texas State) to a TRACS site means that you have the opportunity to collaborate with others using TRACS. You can find our complete list of training documents, videos, and more extensive help by clicking [Help] in the left Tool list of your TRACS site.

The role you were assigned in TRACS determines what actions you may perform. Please contact the site’s creator regarding your assigned role and permissions.

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Activating your Guest Account

You were added as a guest user to the TRACS site using your email address. When you were added, TRACS sent you an email with login instructions and a clickable URL. 
Clicking the URL will open a webpage in your default web browser. This page requires you to activate your new TRACS guest account by filling in the required information on the page and then clicking [Claim your account].
If you already have a TRACS account or an active Texas State Net ID, you may add the new site to your existing TRACS account by entering your login credentials in the login field.
If you cannot find the email TRACS sent you, please check your junk email folder, as the message may have ended up there.
If you still cannot find the email, please contact TRACS support at or 512.245.5566.

Logging into TRACS

  1. Go to the TRACS home page at
  2. Enter your full email address and password.
  3. Click [Login]. This screen is called My Workspace.

Change Your Password

You can change the password TRACS sent you to one of your choosing. To do this:

  1. Log into TRACS using the credentials sent to you.
  2. Click [Account] located in My Workspace.
  3. Click [Modify Details].
  4. Enter your desired password in the Create New Password and Verify New Password boxes. Click on [Update Details] to save your changes.

Reset Your Password

Please contact TRACS support at or 512.245.5566 to have your password changed. You will need to provide your complete email address when asking to have your password changed.