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Features of WooCommerce Google Authenticator
- This module allows two-factor authentication for the login.
- The module can be enabled/disabled by the admin.
- Admin can exclude users from using Google authentication.
- Admin can set the shortcode which will display the Google authentication registration form.
- Admin can set the endpoint of the menu on the my accounts page.
- Admin can set the endpoint title of the menu on my accounts page.
- Admin can enable/disable the sidebar widgets of the endpoint menu on my accounts page.
- Admin can view the list of users which shows the status of Google authentication.
- Customers can enable/disable the two-factor authentication from their dashboard.
- Customers can scan QR to register the site into the Google Authenticator app.
- Customers can also enter the secret key to register the site into the Google Authenticator app.
- Customers can check the code verification from the dashboard.
- An authentication code needs to be entered while logging into the store.
- Multilingual is also supported with the given .pot file in the plugin.
Admin End – WooCommerce Google Authenticator
Configuration – WooCommerce Google Authenticator
Here, You need to enter the purchase code to activate your license in order to use this plugin.
Admin can enable/disable the module functionalities for the customers.
Here, Admin can set a number of users to be excluded to use two-factor authentication functionality.
Google Authentication Registration Shortcode
Admin can set the shortcode dynamically from here which can be used to display the registration form for customers. Anyway, it will appear on my accounts page by default.
My Account Menu – Endpoint
Here, Admin can set the endpoint of the custom menu on my account page which will display the Google Authentication registration form.
My Account Menu – Endpoint Title
Here, Admin can set the title of the endpoint of the menu on my accounts page.
My Account Menu – Enable Sidebar Widgets
Here, Admin can enable/disable the sidebar widgets on the custom menu on my accounts page.
Users – WooCommerce Google Authenticator
From this submenu, the admin can view the list of all users and check their two-factor authentication status whether they have enabled or disabled it and when they have last modified it.
Customer End – WooCommerce Google Authenticator
My Accounts Menu
Customers will find the custom menu created from the backend on my accounts page and can register the store on their Google Authenticator app in order to enable the two-factor authentication. Customers can scan the QR code from the app in order to add it or can manually enter the site name and secret key. They can also check their successful registration by verifying the authentication code from the app here.
The store will get added to the app like below.
There will be a new input added in the login form so if the customer has enabled the two-factor authentication, they need to enter the authentication code here in order to log in but those who have not enabled it, can skip entering the code while logging in.