After you create a team and invite team members, the team page in the Account section of the main menu lists the team’s current membership. In this table, team owners can see each team member’s Sign-in method (email, email + 2FA, Google, or GitHub).
For additional security, team owners can require team members to use a secure sign-in method.
When a team requires secure sign-in, only team members who log into DigitalOcean via Google or GitHub OAuth or a DigitalOcean account with two-factor authentication (2FA) can access the team.
You can enable secure sign-in during team creation, and any team owner can require secure sign-in for existing teams on the team page or when inviting new team members.
To require secure sign-in, switch to the team in the control panel using the account drop-down in the top right. In the Account section of the main menu, click Team to go to the team page. In the Secure sign-in section, click Enable to open the secure sign-in settings.
Check the box next to Require secure sign-in, then click Save to immediately require secure-sign in. This notifies all team members via email that secure sign-in is now required.
When a team member without an accepted sign-in method tries to access the team, they are prompted to update their sign-in method in order to regain access to the team:
Team members without accepted sign-in methods who are already logged into the team are similarly prompted with a pop-up window:
Team owners can stop requiring secure sign-in for a team on the team page. This allows team members who log in using a DigitalOcean account without 2FA to access the team.
When secure sign-in is required for the team, the Secure sign-in section shows Required:
Click Disable to open the secure sign-in settings, then uncheck the box next to Require secure sign-in and click Save.