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Yes! A key shared from PhoneIn does not need the application to be activated. The app is only needed by the owner to speak through the intercom and create and share keys.
When a guests uses a key to enter the building the owner will get a push notification telling them which key was used.
Absolutely, the keys can be configured with a start date and an end date. Using these settings you can feel safe creating a key weeks or months ahead of time. These dates can always be changed later as well.
Yes! You can modify or revoke a key at any time.
Because PhoneIn sends you notifications when a key is used, and because keys expire just when you want (after a certain amount of time, or number of uses), a shared PhoneIn key is MORE SAFE than sharing a physical key or sharing a code! So is it safe?? We sure think so!
Yes, you can add multiple PhoneIn devices to one account. By doing this, when you add others to your account, they will also be able to use and manage all the devices. When you share a key from a specific device, however, that key is only valid for that device.
If the power goes out in your apartment, some of PhoneIn’s features will likely stop working. This is because the wifi is needed to see if a key has been activated, or to forward the intercom call to your mobile phone. However, because the PhoneIn has a battery installed, it will still ring and function locally as your old intercom phone did. If the power to the whole building is out, this often affects the intercom system entirely, in which case PhoneIn won’t be useful until the power comes back. When the power returns the device will automatically reconnect to everything needed.
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