1. Generate an app-specific password

  1. Navigate to Appleid.apple.com from your web browser and sign in with your Apple ID and Password.

  2. Verify your identity with two-factor authentication.

  3. Under the Security section, select Generate Passwords.

    If you don't see the option to generate app-specific passwords, you'll need to enable two-factor authentication, which is different than two-step verification.

  4. Enter a label for the password. Be sure the name relates to the app for which you are generating the password, like "Outlook" or "Thunderbird."

  5. Select Create.

  6. Copy the app-specific password you generated.

From now on, meetergo will use this specific password in order to access iCloud. If you every have to re-enter your iCloud password, use this app-specific password again.

2. Enable two-factor authentication


  1. Open System Preferences.

  2. In your profile at the top, click Apple ID.

  3. The Apple ID pane should open. In the left column, click on Password & Security.

  4. Find the Two-Factor Authentication setting and turn it on.

  5. You might need to verify your identity by answering your security questions.

  6. Enter a phone number you can use to receive verification codes, and choose if you want to get text messages or calls.

  7. Enter the code that’s sent you to right away to finish up.


  1. Launch the Settings app.

  2. Tap your Apple ID profile at the top. Obviously you need to be signed in with the account you want to protect with two-factor authentication.

  3. Tap Password & Security.

  4. Find the Two-Factor Authentication setting and turn it on.

  5. Next, enter a phone number where you can receive a text message or a phone call with a two-factor code. You can also specify if you want a text or a call.

  6. You’ll get that text message or call and enter the six-digit verification code on the next screen.

Enter your Apple-Id and the app specific password you created:

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