Email Multifactor Authentication
Right now there is no way to multi-factor authenticate into a protected service if you do not have your phone on you or you do not have cellular service. Hoping an Email multi-factor option becomes available for users to get their codes via email instead of phone call or text.
Heang Taing commented
Yes, please include this option. I have encountered this issue many many times.
Sometimes, I forget my phone at home when I left for work, or It drops and broken (not working). Now, I can't do MFA so I can't work until I get my phone issue resolve.
Sure, I can use my office phone number while I'm getting my cell phone issue resolved. However, what if I am not in the office?
John Sharpe commented
Agreed. Email is a valid method for SSPR, why is it no longer available for MFA? With SIM swapping as a real issue, we need methods other than mobile numbers as a backup to the app. Also looking forward to expanded functionality of FIDO2 keys with Microsoft services.