3rd factor authentfication

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I've just noticed that one of your competitors as moved to multi factor authentication options for their login and I use it for many of my devices and apps now, because of the many clients I deal with. 

I know this was discussed in the forum 2 years ago - any progress on this front?
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Grant Mackinnon

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Posted 3 years ago

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Welcome to the Community Grant!

Let me check in with the Reckon One team around this and I'll come back to you.

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I think you mean two factor authentication. Or 3rd party authentication.

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