save your secure backup codes — you won't see them again!
enter your authentication code
confirm and complete the setup
Need to known
The Authenticator app generates a timed, single-use six-digit token every 30 seconds. Any expired code will not authenticate the login.
We'll provide you with 8 backup codes that you'll only see when setting up the 2fa. Make sure to copy and save them in a secure place.Each backup code expires after one use. To generate new backup codes, disable 2fa and then re-enable it.
Next time you log in to Webflow, we'll detect that you have two-factor authentication set up, then prompt you to enter your current 2fa code. To access the latest version of your authentication code, open up your Authenticator app and check under your Webflow listing.
Troubleshooting — retrieving a lost authentication code
If you've lost your 2-factor device, or are unable to retrieve your code, you can use one of your backup codes. If you've run out of backup codes or lost them, you will need to contact customer support to disable 2fa.
Disabling two-factor authentication
To disable two-factor authentication, head back to account settings → security→ two-factor authentication and click "Want to disable it?". Then, enter your current authentication code and confirm it to disable 2fa.
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