As a user, I want to be able to access and update the additional KeepKey settings via the web app.

DESIGNS:

Interactive Mockup

View KeepKey Settings

  1. Expanding KeepKey information

    1. As a KeepKey user, I want to be able to click into my wallet to view the current settings and make adjustments as desired. (Mockup)
      1. Currently, on the V2 app, a user can see which wallet is connected in the top right corner of the screen, however, clicking the dropdown only lets the user disconnect/change wallet provider
      2. A user should be able to click the KeepKey wallet in the dropdown and the dropdown menu will change to the KeepKey settings modal. From here, a user should be able to access and update any of the following KeepKey settings(Mockup)
      3. A user can get back to the previous page/ main settings page by clicking a back button in the top left of the modal. This will be included on every modal page.
  2. Passphrase (Mockup)

    1. As a user, I want to be able to enable and disable my bip39 passphrase for my KK.
      1. When a user selects the passphrase section of the settings dropdown the modal updates with the appropriate passphrase page
        1. Copy: Enable the ability to have multiple wallets, accessible by using a unique passphrase for each wallet. (For Advanced Users) Learn More
          1. “Learn More” Should link to a helpdesk article explaining bip 39 passphrases (Article is being written by Support. No need to hyperlink this for now. Will go back once article is complete)
      2. A user is also presented with a toggle to be able to enable/disable the Passphrase
      3. On the next modal screen, the user must confirm the enabling of the passphrase on their KeepKey (Mockup)
        1. Copy: Press and hold the button on your KeepKey to activate your passphrase.
  3. Device Label (Mockup)

  4. As a user, I want to be able to update and save my device label for my KeepKey.

    1. When a user selects the label section of the settings dropdown the modal updates with the appropriate KK label page
      1. Copy: Labeling each of your devices allows you to easily distinguish one from the other.
    2. The label now appears in an editable text box where the user can keep or update the desired label. (Mockup)
    3. To save the label the user will select the “Update Label” button (Mockup)
      1. Note- the copy in the mockup says “get started” please change this to “Update label”
  5. Device PIN (Mockup)

    1. As a user, I want to be able to update my PIN
      1. When a user selects the label section of the settings dropdown the modal updates with the appropriate KK PIN page:
        1. Copy: The PIN is a combination of up to 9 numbers that you select after initializing your KeepKey. A PIN protects your device against unauthorized use in the event your KeepKey falls into the wrong hands.
      2. To update a users current PIN the user will select the “Update PIN” button (Mockup)
        1. Users will confirm on their KeepKey (Mockup)
        2. Copy: Press and hold the button on your KeepKey to change your PIN.
      3. The PIN modal should now update to a screen prompting the user to confirm their current PIN (Mockup)
        1. Copy: Enter your current PIN using the layout displayed on your KeepKey.
      4. To confirm, the user will select the “Continue” button
      5. The PIN modal should now update to a screen allowing the user to input their desired PIN (Mockup)
        1. Copy: Create a new PIN (up to 9 digits) using the layout display on your KeepKey.
      6. To confirm, the user will select the “Set PIN” button
      7. The user will now be prompted to confirm their new PIN (Mockup)
        1. Copy: Re-enter your PIN using the layout displayed on your KeepKey.