Seamless integration with Storeganise

Storeganise is a comprehensive software solution for self-storage and valet storage management. A customer portal is at the same time a ready store through which customers of self-storage operators can book, as well as manage bookings, invoices and payments independently.
With an intuitive GUI, you can manage multiple locations, compartments, move-ins and move-outs, and get an instant overview of each location’s occupancy with a customizable site map.
For more information visit Storeganise.

Once you have set up the interface in QuickDoor and Storeganise, all information relevant to that location is stored locally in QuickDoor and updated automatically. This includes:

  • Location information (name, address, coordinates)
  • Units (description and status)
  • User (name, language, mobile phone number, status)

The update of the QuickDoor-HUB is event-driven:

  • Storeganise informs QuickDoor about changes (webhooks)
  • In addition, the communication is checked at intervals and automatically updated in case of changes

Setting up the Interface

During setup, all information such as user details and units that you have already set up in Storeganise are automatically exported and stored locally. In the QuickDoor basic settings, you will also need to create UNITS for those things that are NOT known to Storeganise and will later be controlled via the QuickDoor App. These include, for example:

  • an electric gate for access to the property
  • Access into the building
  • Possibly Lighting

Site Configuration

For the following description of the setup, we assume the following configuration. Furthermore, you have already made the settings in Storeganise (API key generated, custom fields added).

  • Access to the property with a barrier**
  • Building with 2 floors
  • 41 units (20 x on 1st floor, 21 x on 2nd floor)
  • Building access (door) 1st floor**
  • Building access (elevator) 2nd floor**
  • 6 units in 2nd floor with electric rolling gates**
  • Restrooms (access from the outside)**
  • Office room (staff only) 1st floor**
  • Time recording for external security (documentation of presence)**
** Controlled by QuickDoor

Step 1) Create UNITS in QuickDoor

Add UNITS and define ‘Buttons’ that will be used to switch in the QuickDoor App. The selected icons, the name and description of the UNIT, and the ‘Button’ text will be displayed in the QuickDoor App.

Note: In the App, only UNITS are displayed that are also controlled – i.e. contain ‘buttons’!

Step 2) Create groups and assign UNITS:

The comprehensive authorization system allows you to control access to UNITS according to your requirements.

Note: You can also assign different business hours to each group.

Step 3) Activation of Interface

Select Storeganise as the interface and save the settings.

Enter the URL to your store and insert the API key. For more information, see the Storeganise description. Select the default language you use in Storeganise and save the entry.

Under ‘Group Templates’ you can select groups that will be added once to the new UNITS during the first setup. You can change the settings at any time in the UNITS.

QuickDoor connects to Storeganise after saving. Select the location where this QuickDoor HUB is installed. Set the other settings according to your requirements. Save the settings and restart the QuickDoor HUB.

Note: Under ‘Title for App Name’ you can put a text of the name in Storeganise in front (Unit or Box).

After the restart, the system will be updated with all relevant information.

Step 4) Complete authorizations of the units

All units have been automatically assigned the group ‘grp-all’. This gives each tenant of a unit the authorization for the UNITS ‘Access tp property’ and ‘Guests Restroom’. Now the previously created groups for the floors are additionally assigned to the units:

We additionally assign the group ‘grp-floor-1’ to each unit of the 1st floor:

We additionally assign the group ‘grp-floor-2’ to each unit of the 2nd floor:

This ensures that a tenant of a compartment always has the required rights to control the UNITS via the QuickDoor App.

Step 5) Control of the 6 rolling gates

Relays (buttons) are assigned to each of the 6 units to control the rolling gates in the future.

All UNITS are displayed in the overview. You can make changes at any time.


All settings are completed. QuickDoor updates itself automatically. Complete control is now handled by Storeganise. Accessing the QuickDoor Dashboard is no longer necessary for operation.

Use the QuickDoor group authorization in Storeganise

For integration with Storeganise, only a few “custom fields” need to be added in Storeganise. For users who are not tenants (e.g. you as an operator/manager in Storeganise or for your employees), the “Access Group(s)” field can be used to grant authorization of QuickDoor groups to these users via Storeganise.

Webhooks in Storeganise

Create ‘Webhooks’ in Storeganise to notify QuickDoor when there are changes in Storganise. QuickDoor receives these webhooks and updates the QuickDoor system. Please refer to the respective documentation for detailed information on ‘Webhooks’. We will be happy to assist you with the settings.

Connection of external WI-FI products

The integrated event server allows to connect external WI-FI products like the Shelly Door/Wondow2 and the Shelly 1 Relay. Activate the server and assign a user name and password. This information is used for communication between the Event Server and the WI-FI device.

Connection of external WI-FI contacts


Let QuickDoor inform you when a skylight, window or rolling shutter is open for more than 45 minutes. You determine the duration in minutes in the QuickDoor basic settings.

After you have activated the Event Server, you can add sensors. Activate the sensor, assign a name and select the time in minutes. The name will be used for the QuickDoor log and for email notifications. If a sensor has the status ‘open’ for longer than the set time, you will be informed automatically.

After saving, you will see all the information needed in the external product:

If you want to connect several sensors, repeat the steps described above.

Connection of external WI-FI relays

After you have activated the Event Server, you will find entries with the name ‘MQTT X’ in the menu item ‘Relay’. This type can be used for a connection of external relays. You can access the settings and information via the ‘Edit’ button.

As with all relays, you can decide how it will be used:

  • Type Interval (the relay is only switched on and automatically switches off again after the specified time in seconds).
  • Type switch (switches on once or or and remains in this state)

You need the following information for the settings of the external product.