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What is Two-Step Verification in WhatsApp?
“Two-step verification,” a feature which is disabled by default, makes your WhatsApp account more secure.
By default, you’ll only verify your phone number.
However, when you've enabled two-step verification, you need to verify your phone number, and you’ve to provide pin too.
With that said, let’s see the steps to enable WhatsApp two-step verification.
Enable Two-Step Verification in WhatsApp
That’s all. Two-step verification is successfully enabled.
Keep in mind that WhatsApp will periodically ask you to enter pin while opening the WhatsApp to help you remember the pin.
Here are some other important things to note:
Note that you can change the pin and email address that you’ve used for two-step verification feature. Also, you can disable the feature. Here’s how you can do all those:
Hit Overflow menu (three vertical dots) > Settings > Account > Two-step verification.
Tap on "Change PIN" if you want to change the pin.
Tap "Change email address" if you want to change the email address. Instead of this option, You'll see "Add email address" (option is self-explanatory, right?) if you've not added email address while enabling two-step verification.
To disable two-step verification: Hit "Disable" option. In the confirmation popup, hit "Disable."
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How to Enable Two-Step Verification in WhatsApp