Last week we asked you whether you use two-step verification, and if so, on which accounts. While each of the options got a respectable number of votes, turns out that the vast majority of MakeUseOf readers use two-step verification for at least one account.
Out of 339 votes in total, 7% use two-step verification for one very important account, 9% don’t use it and don’t intend to, 18% don’t use it but know they should be, 31% use it for some very important accounts, and 35% of the voters use it if a service offers it. This means that over 70% of our readers use two-step verification for at least one account. Impressive!
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Don’t forget to check out last week’s best comment by Rob H, who shared an interesting story about passwords and hacking, and won 150 reward points for his contribution!
This week’s poll question is: Which Alternative Did You Choose For Google Reader?
This week I realized I’m out of time. Google Reader will be gone in less than a month, and if I don’t transfer my feeds and my reading habits NOW, it’s going to be too late soon. Whether you played it safe and found a replacement the week Google made the announcement, or, like me, waited for the last minute, you probably have an alternative by now. Even if you still use Google Reader, chances are you have a replacement standing by for when the time comes. So which alternative did you go for? Did you stick to an RSS solution, or did you change your reading habits completely? Share your decisions with us, and help late adopters make the best decision possible!
Don’t forget to tell us what makes your choice the best one, what you like about it, and why you chose it. We await your recommendations!