How to Enable 2FA on Zoom. The main benefits of introducing the 2FA feature on a platform is enhanced security. This provides a fool-proof way to validate users and protect against breaches. It is also free to use and users can bring on third-party authentication apps that support Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP) protocol, like Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, FreeOTP etc, for this as well.
The Zoom 2FA provides users option to use authentication apps that support Time-Based One-Time Password (TOTP) protocol or sends a code via SMS or phone call as the second factor of account authentication process.
How to Enable 2FA on Zoom
Step 1: Sign-in to the Zoom Dashboard
Step 2: Click on the Advanced button in the navigation menu and go to Security
Step 3: Make sure the ‘Sign in with Two-Factor Authentication’ option is turned on
Step 4: Select one of the below-mentioned options to enable 2FA:
(i) All users in your account
(ii) Users with specific roles: Click Select specified roles, choose the roles, and then press OK.
(iii) Users belonging to specific groups: Click the pencil icon, choose the groups, and then tap on OK.
Step 5: In the end, Click Save button to confirm the 2FA settings.