Configuring the Button
You can configure your button to perform 3 separate actions. Single Press, Double Press and Hold Down (Long Press). You can also delete the button or rename it.
1) Open the Vismo app and click on Settings.
2) Select Bluetooth Devices.
3) Click on the button you wish to configure.
Please note: If you do not see any button, you have not paired it yet. Click here to learn how to pair your device. If you have multiple buttons, just press one of them and the button's corresponding image will move/bounce.
4.1) Change the name of the button by clicking on New Button under General.
4.2) Actions - Allows you to set a specific action for your button. You can configure one action for each type of press. Single Press, Double Press & Hold Down (Long Press). The configuration process is the same for all types of press.
Single Press - One quick press.
Double Press - Two Presses.
Hold Down - Pressing the button for a couple of seconds.
4.2.1) Click on Take no action, below Single Press.
4.2.2) A small window will pop up. Scroll to the action you wish to set. In this case, I have chosen Trigger a red flag alert (Red alert) and click on Done.
4.2.3) Your button is now configured to activate a Red Alert once pressed a single time. It is the same process for Double Press and Hold Down.
4.3.1) Click on Forget this button.
4.3.2) Click on Forget. The button is now deleted.
Using the Vismo Alert 2.0
Once the button is configured, simply press the button once, twice, or hold it down to execute the action selected in your Vismo App.
The button's LED will flash Green, confirming it is communicating with the device, however, it does not mean the action has been carried out successfully.
If the button is not working, please check the FAQ.
Green – The button is communicating with a device. This does not mean the action has been carried out successfully. It only means the button has successfully asked the device to perform an action.
Amber – The button is not communicating with the app. Possible reasons include - the device is not paired or out of range, or in the case of iOS, the app has been swiped away.
Red – The device has never been paired, or the device is out of range. If the red light is constant, the battery is reaching the end of its lifespan.