When you are invited to participate in Voice, you will receive an email with your invitation. Follow the steps below to create your account.
- In your invitation email, tap on the "Get started" button. If you don’t have the mobile app, you’ll need to download the iOS or Android app to signup.
- Confirm you have your invite code by pressing continue.
- You will be prompted to take a 3D selfie. You will have five attempts to get that perfect photo. Don’t worry, soon you’ll be able to change your profile picture. Tap “Continue” and allow access to your device’s camera. Follow the instructions for taking your 3D selfie.
- Enter your username. It must be between 3-16 characters and use only lowercase letters or numbers. If your username is available, tap “Continue.” If it is not, you will need to come up with a different username.
Note: You will not be able to change your username once it is created.
- Voice will create a password for you. Store this password somewhere safe, like a secure password manager. Once stored, check the box “I have permanently saved my password.” Then tap “Continue.”
- Welcome to the Voice community! Now go out there and share your Voice!
In order to sign up for Voice, you’ll need to provide a 3D Selfie. These 3D Selfies allow us to verify that each person signing up is a living and unique human being, which helps keep Voice a bot-free platform where each person has only one account. This level of human authentication aligns with Voice’s mission of trust and transparency.
When you take your 3D Selfie, a biometric scan produces a 3D image alongside the photo. Like a fingerprint, this 3D image is unique to you and is similar to what an iPhone stores to enable Face ID. Your 3D Selfie is kept to help us verify users are not signing up for duplicate accounts and all your future profile pictures are pictures of you.
Your 3D Selfie will not be used for any purpose other than verification. Additionally, all 3D selfies are stored on our secure servers that are not accessed by any other service or company. Like all data collected on Voice, we protect your personal data and treat it with respect.
For more information, check out our Privacy Notice.