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Add Time Based Setting to Two-Factor Authentication

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Curently Salesforce built in Two-Factor authentification is either on or off, which makes logging in go from super easy, to super hard. There should be an option to allow for two factor to be based on different criteria or time. For example "Every Time" "Every Day" "Every 7 Days" "Every 30 Days" that way Admins can lower the threshhold so users only have to do two factor once in awhile. This is very much like Google's Two-Factor for Drive. 

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  • IdeaExchange Moderator - 4 years ago

    In the Winter '15 release you can customize and manage user authentication with Login Flows.

    See the Release Notes for more information:
    http://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter15/release-notes/rn_forcecom_security_login_flows.htm#rn_forcecom_security_login_flows
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