Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) adds an extra layer of security to your account during the login process to prevent someone who isn’t you from accessing it, even if they have your password.
When MFA is enabled, a secondary temporary code is needed when logging in to the Punchh Platform, which only you will have access to receive. That temporary code is created by a 3rd party authentication app, like Google Authenticator or Twilio Authy.
Below are steps for enabling MFA for your Punchh Admin account:
Once you have enabled MFA, follow the below process for logging into the Punchh Platform: