In case you missed the big announcement last week, Feed Monsters was released to the public so that you can now do most of what Yahoo Pipes allowed you to do with your RSS feeds back before it was shut down.
While the service has only been available for about a week now there have actually been several enhancements that have been made live. The most important of these is two factor authentication, which includes support for emailing the two factor codes to you as well as supporting 3rd party applications for code generation on your phone like Google Authenticator, Duo Mobile, etc. Having two factor authentication enabled for your account will help to ensure that no one but you can possibly make changes to your monsters or see what the settings for your monsters are. Enabling two factor authentication is done via the settings page. While it does take a couple of steps to get setup, it shouldn’t take more than 30 seconds to enable and begin using.
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