Usually, Google enters into the April 1st tomfoolery with an excellent and often funny gotcha. This year, however, they took it 1-step too far and it went badly wrong. So we would like to write about 2-step which we hope you will read.
You can use 2-step on most applications and one that we recommend is Lastpass and you can download it for free at https://lastpass.com/
Lastpass offers a number of third-party multi-factor authentication methods. For the sake of simplicity, you should probably use Google Authenticator.
First install the app using the detailed instructions provided by Google.
Then head to LastPass Vault > Account Settings > Multifactor Options. Select Google Authenticator. On the follow page, change the Enabled option to Yes.Then under the Barcode row, click View and then scan the barcode in the Authenticator app.
From there, whenever Lastpass prompts you to enter a code, simply open the Google Authenticator app and enter the temporary code that refreshes every 30 seconds.
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