Protect your content - screen code, password and IP-restrictions 🔐

The PinToMind Player-app and new, safer screen display

With our new, more secure way to start screen display, you don't need to put a password on the screen. Only those with administrator access to your account can start the display.

After you install the PinToMind Player app on your device, or start display in a browser, a unique code will appear on the screen. You enter this code in your PinToMind account to connect the physical device to your account. This means that you need to have administrator access to be able to display one of your screens.


You can make it so that only machines with certain IP-addresses will be able to open your screen-content. If you try to open the screen-address/URL on machines with different IP-addresses, the content will not be displayed.

You register this also under the security-tab in settings for screen. Here you also find a list of the IP-addresses where the screen has been opened, and a simple way to approve the IP-addresses it has been open on.

Keep the screen address secret

The screen address (which is the original but old way to start screen display. We recommend using the new way to start screen display.) contains a code which in itself gives protection against outside viewing. The address is not to be spread or used other places than on the public screen.

If you have a suspicion that your code has become known or opened by unauthorized people, you can create a new code for the screen. You do this by going to  "Screens" and click on "Settings" for a screen, then choose "Security". On the top of this page there is a button for making a new screen-code.


Under the security-tab for the screen (see above), there is an option for adding a password which must be added each time the screen is opened. When you open the screen address / URL you must then add the password for the screen display to start.

❗️ A disadvantage with the use of password, is that it cannot be combined with autostart and fullscreen.

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