Twitter is one of the most popular social networks in the world. Basically, the social network allows you to post and interact with messages (known as tweets). Twitter is getting a lot better and smarter over time with new features and changes.
If you now have Twitter on your iPhone, you can easily enable two-factor authentication to your account to make sure everything is safe. Basically, two-factor authentication will add an extra layer of security to your Twitter account, meaning that you will be asked to enter a verification code every time you attempt to log into Twitter.
In reality, two-factor authentication is not new, as it has existed for a while on Facebook or Google Mail. Once you have enabled two-factor authentication for your Twitter account, the app will provide a backup code if you happen to lose access to your device.
In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the steps to enable two-factor authentication for your Twitter account on iPhone.
Steps to enable two-factor authentication for Twitter on your iPhone
Step one: First off, you need to launch the Twitter app from your home screen. Once you are in, make sure that the Me tab is selected before moving ahead
Step two: Next up, tap on the Gear icon and select Settings & Privacy from the pop-up menu
Step three: You now need to tap on Account and hit the “Security” option at the bottom. From here, you will notice that the switch next to Login Verification is now turned off. All you need to do is to tap on the switch to enable it
Step four: Once you tap on it, Twitter will ask for your password for verification. Feed it in the input field to proceed
Step five: On the next screen, you simply need to provide your phone number and select your region. After that, tap on “Send code” button at the bottom
Step six: A verification code will be sent to your phone number you provided earlier. Once you see that code, you simply need to enter it when asked.
That’s it! Twitter will ask for a verification code the next time you log into Twitter.
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