Disney has announced a major change to its online services with the launch of MyDisney. This is a simply unified login experience for all of Disney’s online services, including Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, ABC, Disney Store, D23, Marvel Unlimited, and booking trips to Walt Disney World or on a Disney Cruise Line.

MyDisney will provide Disney’s guests with a seamless login experience, using just a single email and password across services and experiences from The Walt Disney Company.  

When you login using your personal account information, you will now see the same MyDisney login prompt everywhere you go asking for the same email and password, creating a more seamless login experience.

Ajay Arora, SVP, Commerce, Growth & Identity for Disney Entertainment & ESPN, said in a statement:

“MyDisney is our latest innovation designed to make life easier for our consumers, allowing them to manage all their Disney-related services with one unified account,”

Disney has been trying to make the change for users as simple as possible. During your next login attempt on any MyDisney compatible service, when you enter a password-restricted feature, Disney will ask you to update your password. From then on, that password is the only one you’ll need to remember.

That means that going forward, any other MyDisney-compatible service will ask you to use only that same email and password via the same prompt.

The use of MyDisney is also going to make a more unified login experience for a consistent and connected look and feel.  So, when you reach the login screen and see the MyDisney logo, you’ll know to use the same single email and password. 

If you have different email addresses for different Disney accounts, you’ll need to cancel any subscriptions associated with an email address that you don’t want to use.  After that, sign up for those same subscriptions with the email you want to keep across all your Disney services, and Disney will recognize that email and ask you to log in with your MyDisney password.

However, if you aren’t too sure of what to do, I’d suggest contacting Disney’s online helpdesk before making any changes.

Using MyDisney will allow you to change your password, log out of all devices, and subscribe to or unsubscribe from marketing emails you receive from Disney in one place.

Arora added:

“The launch of MyDisney is more than just a new feature — it’s a new era for The Walt Disney Company where convenience meets magic. By allowing our guests to use one login for everything from Disney+ to Disneyland, we’re not just simplifying the technical side of things; we’re enriching the Disney magic that families know and love.”

Over time, Disney is planning on creating more centralized tools that will help you and other guests manage their accounts and preferences even more seamlessly and conveniently.

Disney is also going to be cracking down on account sharing across its streaming services, including Disney+ and Hulu, later this year, so this shift to a single login account for all Disney accounts is likely going to be part of the way of handling this.

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Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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