Giving access to data

One-time access

A dialog box shows a single-use code and a button which reads Use now.


Sharing access to data with a one-time code. For example, a user shares a unique code with a car rental company that can only be used once, so the company can check their driving licence details.


  • Removes the burden from the user having to remember the information
  • Limitations placed on the code make it feel less risky to share data for a specific purpose
  • The person who receives data access directly therefore they have an accurate view of the data


  • Users with dyslexia might find it difficult to share the code if it’s not easy to copy and paste, or send