So far Revolut for Business (R4B) has not been a good experience for me.
One of those annoyances is having to constantly go to and fro with my email to get the access code to login.
I am used to that workflow when signing-up or activating new accounts, or like with my existing business banking, using a one-time-passcode (OTP) to setup a new payment recipient.
Within my first day of use I had over a dozen of these codes.
1). Use Authy; this is available on phone and desktop
2). Use Google Authenticator
3). Use the existing @RevolutApp as an authenticator for R4B; merely login to authenticate or be old school and provide the code via the app (not so annoying with Apple Continuity i.e. shared clipboard)
On this last suggestion, take iCloud as an example: when you try to login via an unrecognised device, one needs to authorise that device. All other recognised devices are prompted to authorise the new one i.e. with a ‘Don’t Allow’ or ‘Allow’ popup; on selecting ‘Allow’, you are presented with a code that is then entered into the unrecognised device. Voilà, Bob’s your uncle.
Or even flip that around: if RevolutApp had a setting to enable R4B authentication - and merely logging in when prompted is not enough, considering this requires RevolutApp’s pin or TouchID - then present a passcode from the R4B login wizard that must be entered into the RevolutApp
Why not require all R4B company directors, beneficiaries, employees, users to have RevolutApp? What’s the hardship, assuming this is not the case already (coincidence or otherwise)?