How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA for short) for Twitter

How to enable two-factor authentication (2FA for short) for Twitter

Kevin Archer picture by Kevin Archer·Updated 21 Oct 2022·about 3 minutes

1

Download Authenticator App

  • Before we start, download Authenticator App by searching for it in your Apple device's App Store. And make sure to set up Authenticator App by 2Stable as your main Two-Factor Authentication(2FA) option. Here is how to set up it.

    iOS Apple App Badge

2

Locate 2FA Settings

  • Log into your Twitter account and click Profile -> Settings and privacy, from the drop-down menu.

    Locate 2FA Settings
3

Next

  • Move through the next screens by tapping: Security and account access --> Security --> Two-factor authentication. Finally, enable Authentication app.

    Next
4

Setup 2FA

  • Tap on Get started, after, choose Link app.

    Setup 2FA
5

Save Account

  • Authenticator App will automatically choose the Twitter logo and autofill account name and secret key. Confirm it's correct by clicking Save. Then copy the numerical token provided for Instagram

    Save Account
6

Confirm Code

  • Return to the Twitter app and enter the code generated by Authenticator App in the appropriate field, then tap Confirm.

    Confirm Code
7

Save your Backup Code!

  • Your Twitter account is now protected with an extra layer of security. You can copy the backup code into Authenticator or save it in the photo gallery, no matter where you gonna save it, the most important is to store the backup code in a safe place. Press Done and that's all.

    Save your Backup Code!

You're all set! You've enabled Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for your Coinbase account. To learn more, visit the Twitter support page. Stay safe!

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