Device is the link between your external things and the data in your account. You need to create a device in order to allow anything to send or receive data from your buckets. The communication between the external devices and Tago is done through HTTP methods using the JSON format (HTTP in fact). Detailed information about how to interface with the devices can be found in the API documentation.
To view the documentation on how to add a device go to the Getting Started section.
By clicking on any device under your list of devices you can find several sections with detailed information about it.
Under the tab "More", you can see the Device ID and other information, and delete your device. Also, you can define the Connection Settings that will determine the additional transaction that will be taken for each register sent by the the device. Learn more about Connection Settings here.
This option will define how TagoIO will respond to any request from the device. If the switch is ‘NO’, the system will deny access to any command coming from the device. When it is ‘YES’, the system will continue checking the credentials (token) and respond accordingly.
With this option it is possible to hide a specific device from the Device list. It may be helpful when creating a Dashboard and using the widget form that has a field type called ‘Device’. When configured with a device, the form will show the list of all visible devices connected to that bucket.