Customer Support FAQ
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Welcome to the Customer Support FAQ wiki for Roll20.net - this FAQ contains the most common issues or questions reported by Roll20 users. If you are having trouble with any aspect of our site, check this wiki first before heading to the forums.
You may be using an incorrect email address. Search your other inboxes for a "Welcome to Roll20" email - one was sent to you when you created your account. If you are still unable to log in, email us with any additional email address, your user name, or a link to your profile.
Password Reset Failed
Still waiting for your password reset email? Issues with our password reset usually occur because of either an addon that is interfering (such as Adblock), or because you may have "third party cookies" disabled. Follow the steps on our Solving Technical Issues wiki or check out this PDF on how to enable "third-party cookies" in your web browser, then try our password reset link again.
If the steps above do not work, please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account.
Opps! I Deleted...
Please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account with the name of the game you would like un-deleted.
A Page or Part of My Game
Please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account with the name of the game and the date & time you hope to roll back to - rollback request are not guaranteed.
Delete your account yourself from the My Account page when you are logged into Roll20.
Looking to unsubscribe from our mailing list? Click here.
If you are having payment issues with your Roll20 account not related to the issues described below, please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account so we can help.
Declines can happen for a variety of reasons. When we submit a charge to our payment provider, they have automated systems that determine whether or not to accept the charge. These systems take various signals into account, such as your spending habits, account balance, and card information like the expiration date and CVC. The best thing for you to do is follow up with your bank to see why the charges might have been declined.
Change Credit Card
Use this link to update your credit card information.
Change to PayPal
At this time, we cannot automatically change your payment method to PayPal on an active Roll20 subscription. If you are interested in switching your payment method to PayPal, please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account so we can provide manual assistance.
Log in and see our Supporter Page to discover all of the advanced features available in a Plus or Pro account.
Are you a Pro user looking for your free tokens? Head to the Marketplace to view all of the items available to you.
Worried about your loosing your art if your subscription expires? Good news, none of your images will be deleted! They will remain in your account, but you will not be able to upload anymore until you delete enough to go below your quota. You can check your quota from your My Account page and learn how to remove items from our Art Library wiki.
In order to use Dynamic Lighting, games must be created by a Roll20 Subscriber. While this advanced feature can only be added to games by a Pro or Plus user - their players will all be able to use Dynamic Lighting in-game.
Please email us from the email attached to your Roll20.net account so we can help.
Becoming a Creator
Interested in joining our Marketplace? Please review our Becoming a Creator page. It will provide you with all of the answers you seek, including technical specifications and other vital information. When you are ready to apply please email us, making sure to attach several individual .jpg or .png files for us to review. Please do not share links or attach .zip folders or files over 15mb.
Comments, Concerns, Questions, or Suggestions?
Please follow the steps in our Solving Technical Issues or Video and Voice Chat Troubleshooting wikis. If you make it to the last step (the console log) and your issue still isn't solved, please create a thread with your console log in the Bug Reports Forum, so our developer team can continue to help.
How To Use Roll20
Confused? Need help with something specific? Try the Specific Use forum! Search through old threads or start a new one to get tips & tricks on how to use Roll20 from the community.
Roll20's Application Programming Interface
Community-Created Character Sheets
Due to the amount of different systems, Character Sheets are generally not created by Roll20. Various members of the community have done the programming and the code for their Sheets lives on our GitHub repository. Anyone from the Roll20 Community who is comfortable with HTML/CSS is welcome to submit a sheet for approval if their game system is not already represented. If you need help during the building process, check out our Character Sheet wiki or head to the Character Sheet forum.
Find a Group
Visit the Looking for Group forum and create a thread to recruit new players or join a party.
I'm New, Help!
Welcome to Roll20, we hope you enjoy your stay here!
Ready to jump into the Virtual Tabletop? Start with our Tutorial - it will take you through the basic tools & features available on Roll20.
Use the Roll20 Looking for Group tool as a player to search for games to join or use it to list your upcoming games if you are a GM in need of a party. You can also use the Player Directory to search for individual players looking for games, find others to form a party, or list yourself as a player looking for a home.
Roll20 Tablet App
Android 4.4 or higher or iOS 6.0 for Apple products on a 7" or larger tablets - at this time, our app is not compatible with smart phones.
Table on Tablet
Roll20 Subscribers can access the full features of Roll20 via an Apple or Android tablet. If you are a Subscriber and need support, please see our Roll20 Table on Tablet Support wiki for help.