Add a plus layer of security to your Bitrise account

Secure your Bitrise account with two-factor authentication! It takes only a couple of minutes and we'll assign our sharks with laser beams to protect your account too.

But before we dispatch them:

0. If you haven't already, download and install Google Authenticator on your phone.

1. Log in to Bitrise and go to your profile!

2. Click Security in the right side menu:

3. And then click Enable:

4. Open Google Authenticator and scan the QR-code that appeared on your screen.

5. Enter the 6-digit code that was generated.

Your account is now all set up! ✅

Also, we suggest that you check your connected accounts (GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab and Xamarin) too and enable TFAs.

Happy security! 🚀

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