Enabling two-factor authentication in your profile


Depending on your company’s policy, you may not be required to use two-factor authentication when logging in to Brightspot. Regardless of that policy, you can enable two-factor authentication for your own account.

You can disable two-factor authentication if the following conditions are true:

  • Your company’s policy does not require two-factor authentication.
  • You enabled it on your own account.


To enable two-factor authentication in your profile

  1. Install an authenticator, such as Google Authenticator, on your device. The authenticator must be able to read QR codes.
  2. In the header, click your username, then click Enable Two-Factor Authentication.

    Enable two-factor authentication

  3. Using the authenticator on your device, scan the QR code in the widget. The device responds with an authentication code.

    Authenticator

  4. Enter the authentication code in the Code field.
  5. Click Verify.


Two-factor authentication is enabled.

To disable two-factor authentication in your profile

  1. In the header, click your username, then click Disable Two-Factor Authentication.

    Disable two-factor authentication

  2. Using the authenticator on your device, scan the QR code in the widget. The device responds with an authentication code.
  3. Enter the authentication code in the Code field.
  4. Click Verify.

Two-factor authentication is disabled.

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