For extra security, admins can enforce Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for their team on Digify. This will apply to all members in the team, including all admins.
❗ Note: Enforcing 2FA for your team will require all team members to set up 2FA at their next login. If you wish to enable 2FA for a specific team member only, please refer to this article.
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How to enforce/stop enforcing 2FA for your team
You must be an admin to complete these steps.
Step 1: From your dashboard, click on your name and avatar in the top-right corner. In the dropdown, click Admin Settings.
Step 2: Click on MEMBERS. Scroll down until you see Enforce Two-Factor Authentication (2FA).
Step 3: Click on Enable (to enforce 2FA) or Disable (to stop enforcing 2FA).
What happens when an admin enforces/stops enforcing 2FA for their team
Once an admin enforces 2FA for their team, all members (including the admin) will be required to set up their 2FA at their next login.
When an admin stops enforcing 2FA for their team, all members will still have 2FA enabled on their own accounts but they will now be able to disable 2FA for themselves via My Settings.
How to track your members' 2FA status
Admins can track the 2FA status of all members in their team at any time.
To do this, go to Admin Settings > Members.
If 2FA is enforced
What it means
The member has not yet joined the team.
2FA is enabled for this member and they have completed 2FA setup.
An admin has enabled or re-setup 2FA for this member but the member has not completed 2FA setup.
Disabled by admin
An admin has disabled 2FA for this member.
How to enable/disable/re-setup 2FA for an individual team member
Admins can enable, disable or re-setup 2FA for an individual team member if needed.
Step 1: From your dashboard, click on your name and avatar in the top-right. Select Admin Settings.
Step 2: Click on MEMBERS.
Step 3: Under the MEMBERS section, look for the member whom you want to enable, disable or re-setup 2FA for. Click on the three dots (...) for that member.
Step 4: In the dropdown that appears, select either "Enable 2FA", "Disable 2FA" or "Re-setup 2FA" as desired.
Step 5: A pop-up will appear asking for your confirmation to continue.