Did you know: there is an updated feature with the Microsoft Authenticator app

Did you know: there is an updated feature so that Microsoft Authenticator app shows fullscreen account pages which will be rolling out to iOS customers in mid-march 2020 and Android users later this spring.

How does this affect me?

– Microsoft Authenticator app helps your users sign-in to their accounts if you require two-factor verification.

– With this change, when your users click anywhere on the account tile, their account will expand into a fullscreen view.

On the fullscreen view, users will see their One-Time Password code. Additionally, they will be able to enable passwordless phone sign-in. All other regular actions will remain unchanged, such as approving a notification, adding a new account, or interacting with settings.



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