There is still, however, more information available. If you look carefully at the screen above, you will notice that there are two tabs in the red header. One, titled INFO, is active. The other one, titled CONTACTS, can be clicked:
@Michel I’ve looked at every setting on my Android 7.1.1 Samsung Note 8 phone and the option to set an emergency screen is not anywhere to be found. There is no setting category “users” on my phone either.
Perhaps this is one of the services that Samsung left out of their ROM.
Also I don’t use a lock screen. I did however make an emergency screen in an app called Tasker, and it can be accessed by tapping an icon on my home screen. I only have one home screen so it is quite obvious. My.emergency screen even has a link that can be tapped to access my Bg track in xDrip+.
Thanks to the thread in which @elver was talking about the emergency screen, I was motivated to have one. I think it’s a great idea!
@docslotnick Samsung historically takes a very heavy handed approach to Android. They think their custom UI is superior and perfect for everyone. I personally liken the Samsung UI experience to early days AOL - come play in our safe little sandbox and don’t worry about that world wide web thing over there. This is one of the reasons “stock Android” phones like the Google Pixel the One Plus and Essential do so well.