How do I set up two-step verification?

Setting up two-step verification requires two levels of authentication when you log in.
You can increase security by linking your phone number to SMS.

STEP 1   In the "Dashboard" open the "Account" page.

The "Personal information" tab appears.

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STEP 2   Set it to "To enable" in "Two-step verification".

The phone number input screen is displayed.


STEP 3   Enter your phone number and click "Continue".

When the phone number input screen is displayed, please enter your phone number and click "Continue".
Your smartphone will receive the 6-digit passcode in an SMS message.

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STEP 4  Enter a 6-digit code and click "Continue".

Enter the 6-digit passcode you received on your smartphone and press "Continue".
Under "Edit", you can change your phone number.
With "Resend", you can send a 6-digit passcode to your SMS again.

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STEP 5  Click "Copy Code".

"Code" is published and displayed.
This is an emergency code (recovery code) that is required when SMS can not be received for some reason, such as when a smartphone is lost.
If for some reason you can not receive SMS, on the normal 6-digit passcode entry screen, select "Try another method" and select "Recovery code". You can use this recovery code to authenticate.
For more information, see: ○ Two-step verification code

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STEP 6   Check "I kept this number in a safe place" and click "Continue".

Log in to beSTREAM.
Each time you log in to beSTREAM, you will be asked to enter a passcode.
Make sure you can check your phone's SMS.


  • The authorization code expires in 5 minutes. Log in within 5 minutes when you receive an SMS message. If more than 5 minutes have passed, click "Resend" on the login screen.
  • To remove two-step verification, click "Unsubscribe" from two-step verification. Click "Off" to temporarily turn it off, but not completely. If you want to set up two-step verification again, click "Enable".
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