Logging into your event planner account
GigSalad employs an auto-login feature to make accessing your quotes & events easier. As long as you have cookies enabled on your device, you will be auto-logged into your account each time you visit GigSalad. If you do not have cookies enabled, have not yet logged in, or have not used the site for more than 60 days, you will be asked to log in to your account. You can log in with Facebook or you can log in with the email address and password that was used to set up the account.
Forgot your password? Not a problem. Just click here to visit the password recovery page. Type the email address on your account and we will send you an email with a link to reset your password. When you follow the link, you'll provide a new password. You'll be asked to type it twice! Be sure you type it the same both times.
If you don't remember your login email address, contact us.
Here are a few more troubleshooting tips:
- Cookies. Be sure that cookies are enabled and allowed for gigsalad.com. Try deleting your browser's cookies and make sure you don't have other software or a firewall blocking them. You can use this link to test whether or not your browser is accepting cookies from GigSalad.
- Password/email. Be sure you are typing in your correct email and password. Do not copy and paste either of these. Rather, type them in manually.
- An old browser. Still using Internet Explorer or even the newer Edge? In our opinion, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari are hands-down better web browsers. Regardless of the web browser you choose, be sure it's completely up-to-date. Outdated browsers can cause a multitude of issues across many websites.
- Computer clock. Be sure that your computer's clock is set correctly. Your clock should be set to the correct date & time and time zone.
If you've tried each of these things and are still having trouble logging in, contact us for more help. Provide lots of details! The more information you give us, the better chance we'll have of solving the problem quickly. Let us know exactly what you are doing and what the result is. If an error message is appearing, provide the exact wording. It's also helpful to provide details about the type of device you are using, as well as the name and version of your web browser.