If your community uses a full Smart Access system, you can easily customize your access control settings through the LittleBird web portal. This includes managing access profiles, which allow you to organize and assign access control capabilities to members and areas of your community.
Locate the Access Profiles page
Log into the LittleBird web portal on your desktop device.
Browse to the Smart Access (keypad) icon in the navigation column
Click the Expand (v) icon to reveal the Access Profiles item in the dropdown menu.
Click the Access Profiles item from the dropdown menu to reveal the Recognized profiles used throughout your building as well as your Default Access Profiles.
Add a new access control profile
In the Access Profiles page, locate the Add New Profile button and click to open the Access Profile Information form.
In the Access Profile Name text box, enter a descriptive name for the new access profile.
In the Areas section, click the selection boxes next to each area of the building you’d like to add to this profile’s access permissions.
In the Schedules section, click the selection boxes next to each building schedule you’d like to add to this profile’s access permissions.
Click Save Access Profile to complete the form.
Note: If you no longer wish to add this profile, simply click Cancel.
Import an existing access control profile
In the Access Profiles page, locate the profile in the Unrecognized section that you would like to import, and click the More Options (...) icon within its panel.
Click the Import (+ Import) button. The profile will import after about 10 seconds.
Once imported you can edit, rename, or remove as mentioned in the section below, “Edit or remove an access control profile”.
Edit or remove an access control profile
While in the Access Profile page, locate the profile you wish to alter and click the More Options (...) icon within its panel. The Edit and Delete options will appear.
If you’d like to edit the access profile, click the Edit (pencil) icon to open the Access Profile Information form. Here you’ll be able to change the name, the areas this profile applies to, as well as the schedules this profile follows.
If you’d like to remove the access profile, click the Delete (trashcan) icon and click Yes on the confirmation prompt that appears.
Note: If you no longer wish to make changes, simply click Cancel.