ENHANCEMENT REQUEST: can you allow accounts to set more than one email and mobile # for multi-factor authentication codes on one shared account?

The ability to set more than one mobile # or email as authorized for multi factor authentication would be very appreciated. In a 2 person household with a shared account to manage financial info, adding this functionality to profile settings would increase user satisfaction and make the mobile app more user friendly. Other apps offer multiple users for a single account to receive authentication codes, why not Intuit/Mint?  Development Team, please consider approving adding secondary emails and mobile #'s on the account profile for receiving multi-factor authentication codes as a possibility for future versions/releases to increase user-satisfaction. Thank you!

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