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Google seems to be testing new layout for two-step authentication system

11 February 2019 2

Google enabled two-step verification from the phone back in 2016 so as to get you away from the tedious methods that include the traditional SMS and Google Authenticator. The new method came up like a painless way for users to sign in to their accounts without any hassle. While this prompt underwent several design revisions in the past, it seems also gaining a new layout as well.

According to a tip provided by a reader to AndroidPolice, the new layout has a modern approach and the only change you would see is the positioning of the yes/no buttons. However, the version, the reader sent via a screenshot and the one found by one of the team members at the site are a bit different to each other.

Where one layout shows the Yes/No buttons stacked vertically, other screenshot shows they are placed horizontally. Well, technically, the latter layout may get finalized since one can hit the wrong button when they are placed vertically.

Let’s see when this change arrives at us.



Google seems to be testing new layout for two-step authentication system
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