The Screen locations panel displays the locations of all screens on Google Maps.
Numbered markers show how many screens are within close proximity on the map (typically the same building).
A fully green marker illustrates that all screens in the location are online.
A marker with a red outline illustrates all screens in the location are offline. A green marker with a red inner circle illustrates that one or more screens are offline.
A special yellow marker with a T indicates the screen has collectGps enabled and this is the last known location. This is typically used for Taxis with screens inside or on the roof.
Clicking a marker will list the screens in the location. The screen labels listed can be clicked to perform a search to locate the screen in the screens tab.
Click the Screen locations button to open the Reports > Screen locations tab. This view clusters all nearby screens based on the zoom level of the map. All accessible screens will be shown including screens that have been offline for a prolonged period.
|Note: A screen location can be set in the location tab when editing a screen. Please note, this value is pre-initialised based on either the exact known location (if GPS available and enabled) or based on the IP address. Location based on IP address is only approximate.|