Pro

Documentation

Videos

Customizing the Dashboard

Set a default dashboard and create custom dashboards to personalize your workspace. Although the portal interface has been updated since this video was recorded, the process has not changed.

Using Dashlet Groups

Dashlet groups allow you to link two or more dashlets (where applicable). When linked, clicking on a vehicle from one dashlet updates the data in another dashlet. In the following example, clicking a vehicle from the Vehicle Selector zooms in on the vehicle’s location in the Map because both dashlets use Group A. Although the…

Using Vehicles on the Map Dashboard

From the Map Dashboard, click the Vehicles menu item to open the Vehicles tab. All of your vehicles and their color-coded statuses are listed on this tab. When you click on a vehicle from the list or when you click on a vehicle from the map, the Vehicle Card appears, which shows you the duration…

Using the Map Dashboard

The Map Dashboard is a special type of dashboard that transforms your workspace to a single 2D map with quick access to management of vehicles, landmarks, and messaging. The Map provides several toolbar options that you can turn on / turn off to suit your needs.

Using Landmarks on the Map Dashboard

From the Map Dashboard, click the Landmarks menu item to open the Landmarks tab. All of your landmarks are listed on this tab. When you click on a landmark from the list or when you click on a landmark from the map, the Landmark Card appears, which shows you the radius and latitude / longitude.…

Using Messaging on the Map Dashboard

The Map Dashboard allows you to send and receive messages to / from a vehicle / driver via SMS (not email). The driver or vehicle must have an SMS number set under the driver’s or vehicle’s profile. SMS messages sent from the Map Dashboard are delivered to a driver’s mobile device via 477-477 (GPSGPS). Any messages replied…

Best Practices

User Planning

If you’ve explored the documentation for creating/importing users and managing user access, you may now be asking yourself where you should start—especially for an enterprise-level implementation with a large number of users who should have different access to data and features. This article outlines the process you might take for defining different user types and…

Deep Dives

How can I enable scrolling in my reports menu?

Question: When I click the Reports menu, I have a rather long list. When all report categories are expanded, I can’t see the bottom of the list. How can I scroll within this list (as opposed to collapsing individual categories)? Easy! We want your portal workspace to work for YOU. That’s the best part about…

Why does my map dashlet always show Kansas?

Question: Every time I log into my portal account, why is my map dashlet always centered on the state of Kansas? My company is nowhere near Kansas. The default location of the map dashlet is the geographical center of the contiguous United States. As soon as you have vehicles installed and registered in your account,…
Enterprise

Documentation

Videos

Customizing the Dashboard

Set a default dashboard and create custom dashboards to personalize your workspace. Although the portal interface has been updated since this video was recorded, the process has not changed.

Using Dashlet Groups

Dashlet groups allow you to link two or more dashlets (where applicable). When linked, clicking on a vehicle from one dashlet updates the data in another dashlet. In the following example, clicking a vehicle from the Vehicle Selector zooms in on the vehicle’s location in the Map because both dashlets use Group A. Although the…

Using Vehicles on the Map Dashboard

From the Map Dashboard, click the Vehicles menu item to open the Vehicles tab. All of your vehicles and their color-coded statuses are listed on this tab. When you click on a vehicle from the list or when you click on a vehicle from the map, the Vehicle Card appears, which shows you the duration…

Using the Map Dashboard

The Map Dashboard is a special type of dashboard that transforms your workspace to a single 2D map with quick access to management of vehicles, landmarks, and messaging. The Map provides several toolbar options that you can turn on / turn off to suit your needs.

Using Landmarks on the Map Dashboard

From the Map Dashboard, click the Landmarks menu item to open the Landmarks tab. All of your landmarks are listed on this tab. When you click on a landmark from the list or when you click on a landmark from the map, the Landmark Card appears, which shows you the radius and latitude / longitude.…

Using Messaging on the Map Dashboard

The Map Dashboard allows you to send and receive messages to / from a vehicle / driver via SMS (not email). The driver or vehicle must have an SMS number set under the driver’s or vehicle’s profile. SMS messages sent from the Map Dashboard are delivered to a driver’s mobile device via 477-477 (GPSGPS). Any messages replied…

Best Practices

User Planning

If you’ve explored the documentation for creating/importing users and managing user access, you may now be asking yourself where you should start—especially for an enterprise-level implementation with a large number of users who should have different access to data and features. This article outlines the process you might take for defining different user types and…

Deep Dives

How can I enable scrolling in my reports menu?

Question: When I click the Reports menu, I have a rather long list. When all report categories are expanded, I can’t see the bottom of the list. How can I scroll within this list (as opposed to collapsing individual categories)? Easy! We want your portal workspace to work for YOU. That’s the best part about…

Why does my map dashlet always show Kansas?

Question: Every time I log into my portal account, why is my map dashlet always centered on the state of Kansas? My company is nowhere near Kansas. The default location of the map dashlet is the geographical center of the contiguous United States. As soon as you have vehicles installed and registered in your account,…