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If you have ever had to reset a forgotten password you are definitely not alone. According to a recent study, many people create and manage up to an astonishing 100 passwords. With that many passwords to juggle it's no wonder one or two might be forgotten. This is the reason that passkeys exist.
Passkeys is the new industry standard for secure sign in to your apps and websites without using a password. Daylite has adopted passkeys to give you a simple and secure way to sign in. Passkeys are stored in Apple's iCloud Keychain so they are securely available on all your Apple devices.
There are two system requirements to use passkeys:
To add a passkey to your Daylite account open Safari on a device logged in to your Apple ID with iCloud Keychain turned on.
You can add a passkey using these steps:
- 1.Select the My Info tab.
- 1.Once Two Factor Authentication has been enabled you will see Passkeys as an additional option under Security. Click Add a Passkey.
- 1.You will be prompted to save a passkey to Apple's Cloud Keychain, by first verifying your identity with Face ID, Touch ID, or your device password.
- 1.Passkeys has now been enabled on all your Apple devices.
To begin using passkeys to sign into your device, you must be logged into your Apple ID with iCloud Keychain turned on.
Open Daylite and click the email field in the Log In view, then select the suggested account in the auto-fill menu that appears.
Open Daylite and click the email field in the Log In view, then select the suggested account above the keyboard.
Open Safari to the Account Manager sign in and click the email field, then select the suggested account in the auto-fill menu that appears.
Follow the onscreen instructions to verify your identity with Face ID, Touch ID, or device password. You are now logged in to your account using your Passkey.
You must manually remove the invalidated passkeys from your iCloud Keychain. They can’t be reactivated but can be replaced with new passkeys.
If you are tired of trying to remember all your passwords, or have been forced to reset one recently, then passkeys is exactly what you need to keep your workday running smoothly.
Last modified 2mo ago