Using Multi-Factor Authentication with Securd
1. Under the Account section, please go to the 2FA.
2. Enter a mobile phone number and press the "Enable" button.
3. On the mobile advice, open the Authy app.
4. Enter your TOTP that is being presented, confirm the token.
Once this is enabled, you will require to open your Authy app to login. You will use your username and password. The second step in logging in will required you to enter in the TOTP.
Enter the current TOTP and press, Login.
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