Tutorial: How you can enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

The time is urgently now you secure your WhatsApp account.

Tutorial: How you can enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

It is a big relief that WhatsApp has rolled out two-step verification. With this in place, users now have the capacity to secure their accounts via means of passcode. The service has its dependence on an SMS confirmation anytime you happen to get it going on a new phone. This measure Whatsapp is introducing is surely one added reliable security check. Considering the relative convenience with which you could set it up as well as the additional gains as to security, there is almost no justification for not creating a passcode for your WhatsApp account.

So what we are going to next is the procedures with which you could enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

To begin with, you will have to from the home screen or the app drawer open WhatsApp .
Next you will have to tap on the menu icon. Can you see it, it is appearing in the top right corner.

Next proceed to Settings.

Tutorial: How you can enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

There you have to select account. After that you will have to take the option of Two-step verification. Next you will tap Enable in the setup window.

Tutorial: How you can enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

After this, you will have to input your chosen six-digit passcode hitting Next when you are done. After that next is the confirmation of your password.

If you have done this, you follow the procedure by entering your recovery email address after which you take Next. It is necessary you provide a correct email ID as WhatsApp doesn’t go about verifying your address. After this you will receive a message informing you that you have successfully enabled Two-step verification. Take Done.

Tutorial: How you can enable two-step verification on WhatsApp

So that is all! You can be sure your WhatsApp account now has more valid security. Over time, you will be receiving reminders at intervals demanding you to input your passcode. This way you don’t lose memory of it. And even if you do, you still have the capacity to disable the feature via your email address.

Enjoy!!




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