Turn on and manage two-factor authentication for your Workplace account
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You can turn on two-factor authentication for your own Workplace account so long as:
- It hasn’t already been set up by your admin, or
- SSO hasn’t been enabled
Using two-factor authentication on Workplace reduces the risk of an attacker impersonating you and gaining access to your account.
If you turn on two-factor authentication, you'll be asked for a security code each time you try to log into your Workplace account or app from a new device. You could receive this code by text message or authentication apps such as Google Authenticator and Duo Mobile.
Once you've entered this security code, you’ll have the option to save the device to your account so that you won't have to go through the process when you log in from the same device again.
Note: Two-factor authentication is also known as 2FA, multi-factor authentication, MFA, two-step verification and TFA.
Turn on two-factor authentication for your Workplace account
Add and use a security key on Workplace
Change the mobile number you use for two-factor authentication on Workplace