It depends on what you’re trying to do. If you want to protect the unlock feature from, say, kids, probably the easiest way would be to use a dashboard instead of The official app, not include the actual lock on that dashboard, and instead include a virtual device which shows the status of the lock but cannot actuate the lock. There isn’t any way to do this in the official app, But the third-party project almost always have this feature.
There are lots of dashboard options available, some that are paid apps from third parties and some free projects. People most commonly use them on tablets on the wall, but some people do use them for kids or guests And have them run in a browser on the phone.
See the following discussion thread for the most popular dashboard options. (One note… You will see some posts there from @tgauchat , Who sadly passed away in December 2019. If you have any questions about the product he worked with, actiontiles, you can still post them in that thread but just make sure you tag @625alex To get a response.)
Sharptools , actiontiles or native ST app for your wall panel? (2019)
If you are concerned because you yourself have this issue when using the official app, that’s trickier. You can re-order the devices and move the locks near the end so you are less likely to hit them by accident, but that’s about it.