Office 365 - Allow users to change their own password?

Hi, This should be simple, but I have come up empty handed in 15 minutes of searching so here I am. I just deployed Office 365 to about 80 users spread over 4 states. There are no AD components involved and no security concerns with having them change their own passwords, but I can't seem to find the switch that only provides this permission. If I assign Password Admin to them all then they can change each others passwords, right?

Thanks for your help.
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Office 365 should allow anyone to change their password by logging in to and clicking the gear at the top right and selecting Office 365 options then clicking the link to "change your password".

Only Password Admins and higher can reset a password.
LTGAuthor Commented:
Well, that's what I thought. Of course, I wasn't there to see what the user did, but the admin account got this message which was forwarded to me:

The following user in your organization has requested a password reset be performed for their account:
First Name: xxxx
Last Name: xxxx
Consider contacting this user to validate this request is authentic before continuing.
If you have determined that this is a valid request, use your service's admin portal (Office 365, Windows Intune, Windows Azure, etc.) to reset the password for this user.
Want to let you users reset their own passwords? Check out how you can enable password reset for users in your organization with just a few clicks.

The link below that last sentence is broken so it is no help.

That's a reset, not a change.  A change is an authenticated user wanting to modify their password.  A reset is typically for when the password is forgotten.

I know Self Service password reset is available with a Azure Active Directory but I have not used it with Office 365...

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LTGAuthor Commented:
Thanks. That makes sense to me now. I was mixing up the reset and change functions.
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