In Freelo, we do our best to ensure that no third party can have access to your confidential information. One of the steps we took to enhance the security levels, we added a feature to verify a user’s or a company’s domain.
In case you have company domain, eg. @freelo.io, all your invited users should log in to Freelo with an email address from this domain. Thanks to having a verified domain, you can:
- Protect your data
- Manage users’ personal information (account name + picture)
- Simultaneously manage the settings of several users via the Settings Template
How to verify domain
Access the Security page via the Business panel icon > Security. Without a verified domain you cannot manage users. You can have multiple domains saved in Freelo.
Set the domain verification via the green + button.
A form will appear where you add your domain. Write only the text after the @ symbol and click Add domain.
The new domain is unverified at first. It is necessary to add the TXT to DNS by the domain admin.
A correctly verified domain looks like this:
How to turn on the Two-Factor Authentication
Go to the 2FA section and force two-factor login to all your projects. Just click the switch button.
After this step, a user cannot enter the projects without the activated two-factor authentication. Learn how to turn on two-factor authentication.
Successfully activated 2FA has a green switch button next to it. Right after activating it, a note confirming this action appears in the bottom left corner of the screen. The two-factor authentication always applies on all your projects.