Adding multi-factor authentication

How to use two-factor authentication (2FA) or MFA with

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Written by Dylan Turner
Updated over a week ago

Multi-factor authentication involves accessing an account using two or more pieces of information, such as using both your regular password and a one-time security code. While does not have this option if you use an email and password to log in to separately, you can leverage MFA if you use one of our Single Sign-On (SSO) integrations.

Individual Providers

For Free or Professional subscribers, you can use MFA to access if you use Google or Facebook to log in to your account.

A picture of the buttons for Login with Google and Login with Facebook

Clinic or Enterprise Providers

For Providers that are part of a Clinic or Enterprise subscription, MFA can be handled at an organization level in your SSO service. You can see our guides for integrating each of these SSO services with

If you have any further questions or would like assistance with configuring your SSO service with, please chat with our support team.

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