After announcing that they would be announcing that they will be adding the feature a few months back, Evernote has today announced that two-step verification is now available to all of its users, something that comes after the company suffered a security breach earlier this year.

As you may already know, Evernote is not the first company to enable two-step verification and more companies have had to enable the feature recently in order to protect their profiles.

In order to enable the feature for yourself all you need to do is head over to the security section on the settings page of Evernote and flick the switch to on for two-step verification. Once turned on you will receive an email with your security code, this will then have to be entered into the field in order to activate the service.

You will also need to enter a phone number to activate the service, this will allow you to link the verification with Google Authenticator, allowing you to grab a code from your mobile when you need it. Premium users of Evernote can also have text messages sent to them as a two-step.

You will also be sent a set of backup codes which will allow you to access the service should you lose your handset.

Source: Evernote

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