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Leverage biometric and contextual factors to better protect your business while offering a passwordless user experience for employees. LastPass MFA goes beyond standard two-factor authentication to ensure the right users are accessing the right data at the right time, without added complexity. The core reason for using 2FA or MFA is the added layer of security. It doesn’t mean that by adding 2FA to your account, you reduce all the risks for hacking it. However, it becomes less of a target for hackers. That’s because a hacker would need to disable not only your password but your 2FA as well. Exporting and importing seems risky and I definitely do not want to lose access to any of my accounts because of the 2FA I have listed in the 1Password app as well. I just checked to see whether I can move an item with 2FA from the.com account to the.eu account and everything transfers (username, password, tags, 2FA, URL).

  1. Open and unlock 1Password, select the Login item for the website, then click Edit.
  2. Click the item detail menu to the right of a new field and choose One-Time Password.
  3. Click to open the QR code scanner window.
  4. Drag the QR code from the website to the scanner window.

    If you can’t drag the QR code, most sites will give you a string of characters you can copy and paste instead.

  5. Click Save.
  1. Open and unlock 1Password, select the Login item for the website, then tap Edit.
  2. Tap “Add new one-time password”.
  3. Tap to scan the QR code from another device.

    If you can’t scan the QR code, most sites will give you a string of characters you can copy and paste instead.

  4. Tap Done.

Tip

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To automatically copy one-time passwords to the clipboard after filling a login, tap Settings > Password AutoFill and turn on Auto-Copy One-Time Passwords.

  1. Open and unlock 1Password, select the Login item for the website, then select Edit.
  2. Select to the right of the field (Shift + Enter) and choose One-Time Password.
  3. Click and choose “From my screen” to scan the QR code.

    If you can’t scan the QR code, make sure it’s visible when you minimize 1Password. Alternatively, most sites will give you a string of characters you can copy and paste instead.

  4. Select Save.

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  1. Open and unlock 1Password, select the Login item for the website, then tap .
  2. Tap “Add new section”, then tap “Add new field” and choose One-Time Password from the list.
  3. Tap to scan the QR code from another device.

    If you can’t scan the QR code, most sites will give you a string of characters you can copy and paste instead.

  4. Tap Save.

Tip

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To automatically copy one-time passwords to the clipboard after filling a login, tap Settings > Filling and turn on “Auto-copy one-time passwords”.