Two-Factor for Your Personal Accounts

Many popular services and websites, including Facebook and Snapchat, offer two-factor authentication. Turn it on to protect your personal information and accounts.

Instructions Vary by Service

Two-factor goes by many different names—two-step verification, login approval, login verification, and so on—but they all protect your information and accounts.

See Two Factor Auth (2FA) for

  • A list of websites and services and whether or not they offer two-factor protection.
  • Links to instructions (in the Docs column) for turning on two-factor where available.

Duo May Be an Option

You may already use two-factor authentication with Duo at U-M. In some cases, the Duo Mobile App can be used with your personal non-university accounts.

  • Websites that work with an authenticator app will display a QR code you can scan with the Duo App.
  • If a service mentions Google Authenticator, the Duo Mobile App can be used in its place.