The Home tab displays a summary of information about the active user, the items they have access to, and the status of the screens.
User Information — This panel displays the user label, email address, the cloud configuration providing branding and customisation, and a list of groups the user is assigned to.
User and group summary — This panel displays counts of accessible items and storage used. Click an icon to open the relevant page. The numbers represent the total number of items the user has access to including items referenced by any groups they have access to.
Screen status — This panel displays the status of screens. By default, the chart shows which screens are online, offline, or downloading, but if you have created custom statuses, click Show custom screen status to display that in the chart.
Click the Screen status button at the bottom of the panel to display the Reports > Screen status tab. This report will provide a visual overview of the current status of all screens.
Screen locations — This panel displays the locations of all screens active within the last 31 days on Google Maps. When multiple screens are in close proximity a number will be displayed in the marker pin. Colour coding matches the key provided on the screen status pie.
Click the Screen locations button at the bottom of the panel to open the map in a new tab.
Screen status history — This panel displays the number of screens online during selected blocks of time, and the amount of data transferred during this time period. Select the timeframe you want to view from the dropdown menu.
Click the Screen status history button at the bottom of the panel to display the Reports > Screen status history tab.
Recent user actions — This panel displays a list of all recent actions performed in the administration interface.
Click the User actions button at the bottom of the panel to open the Reports > User action report tab where you can view a full list of recorded user actions. The records form a comprehensive audit trail listing the changes made to screens, sequences, users, and other items. It also includes failed sign in attempts and other important information.
Service status — This panel displays the currently active cloud configuration, the server the web browser is currently connected to and the data replication delay to other active servers where data is stored.