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19 May, 2023
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Google has implemented the function of passwordless sign-in for B2B accounts and services.

Try using passkeys instead. They permit you to sign in safely to your Google account with a fingerprint, face scan, device screen lock or PIN.


Passkey was developed by the group of companies FIDO and World Wide Web consortium. Here is the tutorial for creating it. The feature is available on devices running iOS 16+, Android 9+. When logging in from a computer, a request for biometrics verification is sent to any compatible device associated with your account.

If one is not at hand, or lost, Google will allow you to access the account using the "Use password from another device" option and to deauthorize passkeys from all devices.

If you are using Android, passkeys are created automatically when you sign in. You only need to activate them:

  • Sign in to your Google account via the smartphone settings in the Google section via the "Account Management”;
  • Enter the “Security” and find the item “Passkeys”;
  • Tap “Use passkeys”. The message “You can now use your passkeys to sign in” will appear;
  • Tap “Done”.

It is important to remember that you can create the passkey manually as well. For example, you have one for an Android smartphone, but you need another for an iPhone, Mac or Windows 11.

  • You have to follow the same algorithm: sign in to your Google account (for example, in browser) —> enter the section “Security” —> tap “Passkeys” —> tap “Create a passkey ” —> verify it with a fingerprint or face scan.

A passkey can be created on every work device, for example, on a smartphone. It can also be shared in cloud services. So, when creating a key on an iPhone or, say, a Mac (or another Apple ecosystem device where you have an account), it will be available on any other Apple device through an iCloud account.

  • For example, if you try to log in without a password via Mac, the gadget will recommend you to save the passkey in the iCloud;
  • After that, you can sign in on the iPhone via Face ID, no extra actions needed.