Configuring Multi-Factor Authentication in Yeeflow

The article guides users on setting up multi-factor authentication (MFA) in Yeeflow for enhanced security.

Updated over a week ago

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a powerful security feature that adds an extra layer of protection to user logins in Yeeflow. With MFA enabled, users are required to provide additional verification along with their email and password. This guide will walk you through the process of configuring MFA in the Yeeflow Admin Center.


MFA is available only for users who log in using email and password. Third-party login methods like Microsoft account, Google account, or custom login methods rely on the authentication controls and policies of those providers.

Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication:

Login to Yeeflow with your system administrator account and navigate to the Admin Center. From the left navigation menu, go to Security -> Login Authentication. This page displays the available login authentication settings.

Find the "Multi-Factor Authentication" settings section, and click the "Edit" button located in the top-right corner.

In the MFA settings section, check the "Send verification code via email" checkbox. This setting enables the email verification method for MFA.

Click the "Save" button to active Multi-Factor Authentication. This will affect all users in your organization who log in with the email and password.

User Experience and Verification Process:

The next time users attempt to log in to Yeeflow with their email and password, they will be redirected to a page informing them that additional information is required for login.

Click "Next" button to the next page.Users will receive an email containing a verification code to their associated email address. This code serves as a unique identifier for their login attempt. From the verification page, they will be prompted to enter the verification code received in their email.

Input the verification code on the page, and click "Verify" button to complete the verification. Once the verification code is successfully entered, the MFA verification is completed.

The system will send another verification code via email, and request users to enter this new login verification code.

Click the "Verify" button. If the code is correct, users will successfully login to Yeeflow.

From now on, whenever users log in to Yeeflow using their email and password, a verification code will be sent to their account's associated email address. Users will need to input the received verification code on the subsequent page to complete the login process.

If the verification code is correct, users will be able to log in to Yeeflow successfully. If the code is incorrect, login will be denied.


Enabling Multi-Factor Authentication in Yeeflow enhances the security of user logins by requiring additional verification. By configuring the email verification method, users can receive and input a verification code during the login process. This added security measure significantly reduces the risk of unauthorized access to Yeeflow accounts, ensuring a safer environment for your organization's data and resources.


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