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InVision Cloud V7: Requiring two-factor authentication (2FA) for your Enterprise

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This article provides answers for InVision Cloud V7. If you're on V6 of InVision, read this article instead. Not sure which version you're using? Find out now.

Enhance authentication security for your InVision Enterprise with two-factor authentication (2FA). InVision Cloud V7 supports 2FA via SMS or with numerous authenticator apps—including Google Authenticator, Microsoft Authenticator, Authy, or any other TOTP app.

Before you can establish 2FA for an InVision Enterprise, you'll have to set up 2FA for yourself. You must also be an owner on the Enterprise.

To establish 2FA as a requirement for your organization:

  1. Visit your Enterprise subdomain (e.g., https://your-subdomain.invisionapp.com) and sign in.
  2. In the primary navigation, click Team.
  3. Under your team name and icon, click the Settings tab.
  4. In the list of settings, click 2-Factor Authentication.
  5. Toggle the Require two-step authentication button on, and then click Update.
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If members of your Enterprise sign in via SSO, then they will not be prompted to enter their 2FA code. 2FA is only prompted when users sign in using their email and password.

Once at least one owner on the Enterprise has completed the steps above, the next time members of the Enterprise sign in, they will get notified that 2FA is now enabled and that they must set up 2FA before they can access the Enterprise again:

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If any members of your Enterprise have previously enabled 2FA for themselves, their sign-in experience will not change after an Enterprise owner establishes 2FA as a requirement.


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