Enabling Two-Factor Authentication

Article Number:020416

Using the two-factor authentication to authenticate users twice when logging in to kintone.com can strengthen its security.

Overview of Two-Factor Authentication

Please refer to "What is Two-Factor Authentication".

Confirming If the Administrator Has Allowed the Use of Two-Factor Authentication

The two-factor authentication is available when Kintone Users & System administrators allow users to use it.
Users can confirm the two-factor authentication settings by accessing their Profile screen.
Checking Availability of Two-Factor Authentication

What Users Should Do

STEP 1: Installing authentication app

To use the two-factor authentication, you need an authentication app.
When you log in to Kintone, enter the six-digit verification code generated by the authentication app.

For iPhone or iPad

Install either one of the apps below into your device.

For Android devices

Install either one of the apps below into your device.

STEP 2: Enabling Two-Factor Authentication

  1. Access your account settings.
    At the upper right corner of the screen, click icon to the right of the user name, and then select Account Settings in the drop-down list.
    Image of Account Settings

  2. Click Login Name & Password.
    Image of Login Name & Password

  3. Click Enable in the Two-Factor Authentication section.
    Example of button
    The registration dialog for the two-factor authentication is displayed.

  4. Scan the QR code shown on the registration dialog using the authentication app you installed in step 1.

  5. Enter the six-digit verification code generated by the authentication app into the entry field in the registration dialog.
    How Can I Get a Two-Factor Authentication Verification Code?

  6. Click Enable.


Please refer to the following if you cannot obtain a two-factor authentication verification code for some reason, for example because you have lost your mobile device or you do not have your device nearby.
Troubleshooting for Two-Factor Authentication