Snapchat: How to Turn on Two-Factor Authentication

Users can protect their accounts using SMS and/or an authentication application

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Snapchat allows users to turn on two-factor authentication to add extra security to their accounts. When this feature is turned on, users will need to enter a code they receive through a text message, or one generated by an authentication application (such as Google Authenticator), whenever they login to their Snapchat account.

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