To enhance security, we've implemented two-factor authentication (2FA) in Agorapulse.
It means you can enable this feature that will require you to "confirm" the login credentials (Facebook login or email+password login) with a 6-digit code, which will be sent to your smartphone app, in order to log in to Agorapulse.
You can configure this feature in Personal settings - Two-factor authentication.
First, you need to ensure you have validated your email. Then proceed by installing the Google Authenticator app on your mobile device - you can download it here for iOS or here for Android. Once you have downloaded and installed the app, click on the Enable 2FA button.
Then open the Google Authenticator app, click the "+" icon at the top and choose the Scan barcode option.
Scan the barcode from the Agorapulse 2FA settings. The Google Authenticator app will generate a 6-digit code - enter code into the field in the Agorapulse 2FA settings and click Enable.
You're done. Two-factor authentication is now enabled and every time you log into Agorapulse, you will need to enter the randomized 6-digit code from the Google Authenticator app.
To disable the 2FA authentication, go to Personal settings - Two-factor authentication and click the Disable 2FA button.