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The mobile app - an overview
The mobile app - an overview

An introduction to the Minut mobile app

Ipti Niskala avatar
Written by Ipti Niskala
Updated over a week ago

The Minut mobile app

With the Minut app, you can set thresholds, install new sensors, and get notifications for all critical events. In this article, we'll give you a brief overview of the layout of the app.

The Dashboard view

With the Dashboard view, you'll get a direct overlook of all ongoing events or any other issue that might need your attention, such as low battery or offline devices. By pressing each option, you'll see a more detailed view of the current events.

You can read more in detail about noise events here, offline sensors here, and low battery here.

The Homes view

In the Homes view, you'll get a list of all your existing properties. Here, you can see right away which properties have noise monitoring or the security alarm ON. You can also search for any specific home.

The red dot above a certain home means there's been an event you've not yet looked at. This could be anything from a threshold being breached, to that a sensor has been moved from the mounting plate. All these events can be found in the log of that home.

Profile settings

In the Settings view, you'll be able to manage your profile. To see a more detailed view, press on your name at the top. Here, you'll be able to change your name, email, and password.

Homes detailed view

When pressing on a specific home, you'll see a more detailed view of that property. From here, you can add guests to the home, add or configure sensors, or turn noise monitoring, crowd detect, cigarette detection, security alarm on and off. The red dot over a menu means there's been an activity you've not yet looked at. In the picture below, we have an event in the log and an unread chat message.

To configure Home settings, press the settings icon in the top right corner.

To configure sensor settings, press on the sensor you want to configure. You can read more about Sensor settings here.

To add Team members or Guests, press on the people at the bottom. More details about adding Team members can be found here and you can read more about Guest Connect here.

Home settings

Under home settings, you can set the name and location of your property. Here, you'll also find some settings that are specific for the whole home, such as Silent alarm, Scheduled alarm, and Guest Connect.

At the bottom of the settings page, you can also change the Owner of the home. You can read more about the meaning of being the Owner here.


When pressing on Sensors in your home, you'll see a list of all the sensors installed in that property.

Here you can see when a sensor was last updated, WiFi strength, battery level, and mounting status.

The mounting status can be seen as a Minut symbol next to the battery level. When green, it means the sensor is mounted on the mounting plate. If gray, it means the sensor is not mounted on the mounting plate.

If the mounting symbol is not showing any status, remove the sensor from the plate and re-attached it to update the status.

To add a new sensor, press the Add icon in the top right corner. You can read more about sensor installation here.

To get a more detailed view of a specific sensor, press the sensor of your choice. You can read more about sensor settings here.

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