How to setup Mobile Support for 2-Factor Authentication | WordPress
Follow these steps to setup Mobile Support for 2-Factor Authentication.
Note: Your user will have to configure Security Questions for this feature.
Click on the miniOrange 2-Factor plugin from the left side menu and go to the Login Settings tab on the dashboard.
Search Mobile Support feature in the Login Settings tab and Enable checkbox to Enable Mobile Support for Users.
Click on the Save Settings button.
Open your site in the mobile browser then enter Username and Password and click on Login.
Then 2-factor Login pop up comes with Security questions as the Two Factor method so by answering these questions user will validate their account.
Every site has mobile support but When you are working with our mobile support feature what is different?
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If the User sets Push Notification as the 2-Factor Authentication method and Enables mobile support feature. Then even if the user has set Push notification as 2-factor he will be prompted for Security Questions.
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