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 green marker indicates that all screens in the location are online.
A light green marker indictates that all the screens in the location are downloading
A red marker indicates that all screens in the location are offline.
A green, yellow, or light green marker with a red inner circle indicates that one or more screens in the location are offline.
A 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.
If you have Show custom screen status selected on the Screen status panel, then the markers on the map reflect these statuses rather than the defaults.
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.