Device Token

Device Token

The secret key used between TagoIO and your device is called a Device Token. Any access from a device will only be granted with a valid token. This token should be kept in secret and only be shared with those you trust.

Each time a device is created, the system automatically creates a device token.

The token information can be found by accessing your device and under the tab General Information you can click on the reveal button. It’s possible to copy the token by clicking on the Copy token option.





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