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2-Factor Text Message Authentication

An extra layer of security –keeping your data secure.

Updated over a week ago

Put simply, 2-Factor Text Message Authentication (2FA) is an extra layer of security in which users provide two different passcodes to verify themselves when logging into Notebird. Notebird is doing everything we can to keep your data safe with secure practices, procedures and systems. Two-Factor Authentication is how you can play your part in protecting your account.

2 Step Login Process when 2FA is enabled

Step 1: Enter your Notebird login and password like normal

Step 2: Enter in the 6-digit code that is automatically texted to you right after you enter the correct password.

Setting up 2-Factor Text Message Authentication

  • Click your name in upper right hand corner

  • Click User Profile

  • Click Enable 2FA

  • Enter your current password and cell phone number. Click Send Verification Code

  • You'll receive a 6-digit individualized code via text message. Type in that number and click Verify

  • You now have 2-Factor Text Message Authentication activated for your user account

Disabling 2-Factor Text Message Authentication

  • Click your name in upper right hand corner

  • Click User Profile

  • Click Disable 2FA

  • Enter your current password. Click Send Code

  • You'll receive a 6-digit individualized code via text message. Type in that number and click Disable 2-Factor Auth

  • 2-Factor Authentication is now disabled on your account. You code will no longer be sent via text message in order for you to login.

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