The "Security" feature is applied to an App and secures either the entire App or only selected Actions in the app.
The feature is enabled from the "Security" tab, which is under the "More" tab in the dashboard navigation bar.
The passcode is variable length, case sensitive, and alpha-numeric.
The text on the interstitial is rich text. Change the point size, color, and message as appropriate. You can also control the background color of the interstitial.
Two modes of operation
The first mode requires the user to enter a passcode to view any of the app. Turn the "Required" switch to "On" for this mode.
It will add an interstitial page in front of a blured version of the App. The user will have to enter the passcode to access the app.
The passcode intersitial will appear each time a user visits a secure app; however, if they install the App, they will not have to enter the passcode again (unless it is changed by the app administrator).
The second mode of operation will also allow a user that does not have the passcode to access the app, but not to see any Actions set to "secure" with the Audience Control feature.
A user that enters the passcode will see the entire app, including the secure content.
Use the Audience Control feature to make specific Actions Secure.
An Action set to "Not Secure" will be visible to the "Not Secure" audience (those that did not have the passcode) but not the Secure users. Use this control for content telling users the benefits of the secure version.