7 Steps to Set Up Security Notifications on Your Mobile Device

Tuesday, April 11, 2017 by under IoT (Internet of Things), Monitoring, Security

Steps to Set Up Security Notifications on Your Mobile Device

Secure and monitor your property on the go with your smartphone or tablet. Mobile security notifications enable you to stay connected to your home at any time from a remote device.

View activity reports, including data on the status of your home in real-time, and immediately address potentially dangerous situations. When accurately set up, homeowners can receive instant alerts when any of the following occur:

How to Set Up Notifications

Proper smart home device installation is essential to ensure you receive accurate notifications should an issue arise. Follow these steps for correct notification setup:

  1. Log into your account on the Vector Security App.
  2. Activate security devices, such as video surveillance cameras and image sensors, to receive critical notifications.
  3. Click on “Notifications” in the navigation menu.
  4. Add trusted contacts to the “Address Book.”
  5. Verify that all contact information is accurate to ensure the right people receive the right alerts.
  6. Select events (e.g., alarms, arming, system events, etc.), and enable text or email notifications for specific contacts.
  7. Manage existing security notifications or add new ones as needed.

For ultimate safety, consult a security expert to assist in equipment selection and implementation.

How could your family benefit from setting up and utilizing security notifications on your smartphone? Share in the comment section below!

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