**Currently pending App Store Review**
Note — You must have two-factor authentication on to use this feature.
The process is very simple and straightforward. Launch seventytwo and tap the Sign in with Apple button. You can choose to hide or register email. seventytwo supports both of these options. If you choose to hide your email, Apple creates a temporary email that is tied to your actual Apple ID email. That’s it! If you sign out of seventytwo or get a new phone, just tap the Sign in with Apple button to log back in.
If you want to use Sign in with Apple, please follow the directions below.
Verify the email you registered with seventytwo matches your Apple ID email. To view the email registered, go to More>Account in seventytwo. To view the email associated with your Apple ID, go to the Settings app, tap your name at the top, and your email will be beneath your name. If both match, sign out of seventytwo by going to More>Account and tapping ‘Sign Out’. Tap the ‘Sign in with Apple’ button, DO NOT select the hide your email option, and verify with Touch ID, your password, or Face ID. It’s important you do not hide your email during this initial setup because the email you have registered with seventytwo needs to match your Apple ID email. If you select the ‘Hide My Email’ option, it will create a new account with seventytwo.
If the email registered is different than your Apple ID email, there currently is not a way to change your email within seventytwo. This may be an option in v2.0.
Questions? Feel free to submit a question or feature request by navigating here.