For Onewheel+ and Onewheel+XR the preferred method to dismount the board is to slow the board to a standstill by leaning backward to decelerate. Then once at a standstill, you can lift your heel and the board will disengage. The board is designed to disengage when one sensor does not detect pressure at a speed slower than 1 mph.
Another method for dismounting the Onewheel is to jump off the board once you have reached a standstill. Make sure to jump off with both feet simultaneously and only once you have reached a complete stop. This is not a preferred method to dismount as there is a chance your board will tip over on its side and possibly scratch the rails. If you jump off the board while at speed, the board can continue a short way without a rider and cause damage or risk of injury.
For Onewheel Pint these two dismount options can be employed or we do have a Simplestop feature on this board. With Simplestop enabled on in the app, the rider can slow down to a stop by leaning backward to decelerate. Once stopped, slowly lean back, the board will travel a few inches backward then the tail of the board will gently lower to the ground, allowing the rider to step off. We recommend practicing this while holding onto something sturdy while you get a feel for it. Once comfortable you will find it a convenient way to get off the board wherever you go.