You're most welcome! To be honest I cannot seem to find the instructions on any of our costumer support sites either. I have escalated this to have it updated. My apologies for the inconvenience!
It would seem that several months later this issue has not yet been fixed. Or at least I still can't find it via any 'normal' navigation. Given the current fiasco with Yahoo's security breach one would think that this would be a priority, but it appears no one really cares enough to even add a link to the account pages. Shame on Rogers.
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I'm sorry to hear that link isn't working currently but you've come to the right place for help, we'll set you on the right path.
Please try this link for instructions: https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN5013.html If you need any further assistance, please don't hesitate to reach back out.
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This is an older thread so it may not have the information you're looking for. Could you clarify what you're trying to accomplish? To access any of your Rogers Yahoo email settings you would navigate to https://rogersmembercentre.com/. From there you can set up App passwords & check your Account Activity. The only security settings available are housed there.
There is still no fix to this 3 years later??? Where is the 2-factor verification option on Rogers/Yahoo? There is absolutely no where I can find this option. Please advise.
Link does not work! There is no "Account security" option anywhere under my account settings. Please advise. How can no one know this doesn't work!?
Although the link takes you to an active page, there's nothing there about "Account Security" that I could find either. I looked at the settings once I was in webmail as well - nothing there. I also tried the links provided earlier in this thread and they all lead nowhere. I'm guessing not many people are looking for 2-step?
Rogers should provide 2 factor authentication for their 'version' of yahoo mail. When is this going to be provided??
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