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Hi everyone. I'm Agent [Polski 00:00:07]. &nbsp; Here in The Lab, we're always looking for ways to make your connected home a more secure home. So today on Tech Tips, we're going to show you how to grant someone access to your Ring Doorbell Camera. For example, maybe you want to give a neighbor access to it so they can watch for a package that's being delivered while you're away. It's really easy to do, and I'll show you how. &nbsp; First you'll need a Ring Doorbell Camera that's set up and running. You'll also need the Ring app downloaded to your smartphone. Here's what the Ring doorbell looks like. We've also got one installed outside The Lab doorway. We'll sync up with that one for today's demonstration. To get things started, let's open the Ring app on your smartphone. There, you can see a live shot of The Lab's front door, select front door as that's the camera you want to give your neighbor access to. Now, go ahead and select the settings gear icon in the upper right corner. Then select shared users from the icons below. And since we don't have a user yet we'll press the plus button to add someone. Now enter the email address of the person you're granting access to. If they have a Ring account, use the email address they registered with. If they don't have an account, they'll need to download the app and create one. After that, select the Ring camera you want to give them access to. In this case, we'll select front door and then tap, send invite. &nbsp; Your Ring app will now list them as a shared user. You can always tap on their name to give them access to any of your other Ring devices, if you want, or to remove them if the access is only temporary. Guess what? It's that easy. Your neighbor can now use your Ring camera feed to keep an eye out for your package. &nbsp; Hope you found the tech fun and the tip useful. If you're interested in learning more about Ring home security products, you can check out our video on that too. I'll put a link below. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and we'll get back to you. And if you found this video helpful, go ahead and subscribe to our channel for more tips and help from Best Buy. Thanks for watching. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;

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