OneDrive for iOS gets faster and more secure sign-up experience
You no longer need a password to sign up for an account within the OneDrive app for iOS.
What you need to know
- OneDrive on iOS has a new experience for signing up for a new account within the app.
- Users can now sign up and log in to an account using a passcode that will be sent as a text message rather than having to use a password.
- The new experience is faster and more secure, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft is rolling out a new sign-up experience for OneDrive on iOS. Following an update to version 13.13.2, the app will allow users to sign up for a new account on the OneDrive app using a passcode that will be sent through a text message. This new setup replaces having to use a password and is faster and more secure, according to Microsoft.
Here's the description of the change from the OneDrive for iOS changelog:
If you still need to catch up on the latest features for the cloud storage service, you can check out our roundup of everything new for OneDrive from Q1 2022. Microsoft shipped updates and new features to OneDrive on just about every platform, including macOS, Windows, and the web.
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