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Does Vacation Tracker have MFA (multi-factor authentication)?

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a multi-step account login process that requires users to enter more information than just a password when logging into their account. For example, along with the password, users would be asked to enter a code sent to the MFA application of their choice.

Please note: within Vacation Tracker you can set MFA for the Email Only integration. Our other integrations (Slack/Teams/Google Workspace) do not require MFA because we use the SSO (single sign-on) option to connect to these platforms.

For more information on the SSO option, please see the following link: Does Vacation Tracker offer SSO (single sign-on)?

Admins are not able to turn on the MFA option for the users; each user must turn on the option themselves on the online dashboard under their Account Settings section.

If a user would like to turn on/off the MFA option, they can do that using the following steps: How do I turn on/off MFA (multi-factor authentication) in Vacation Tracker?

Please note: users must have an MFA application that they will connect with Vacation Tracker. Some examples of an MFA application are: Bitwarden; Microsoft Authenticator; Google Authenticator; Authy; etc.

For more information on Vacation Tracker security, please see the following link:

Updated on: 31/10/2023

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