This option is best for people who may still be members of an organisation but who do not need to be active users of OfficeMaps.
To disable a user in OfficeMaps, select the People option from the menu. Locate the user to disable, click the Edit (Pencil icon) button for that user and modify their role to be Non User / Disabled. That person's allocations will be unaffected but they will be unable to log in to OfficeMaps. It is important to note that this user will not appear in searches unless that search is performed by an Administrator or Instance Administrator.
To disable more than one person, select each of these users from the People page and click the button Change Role To, then select the option Non User/Disabled.
Person Dashboard Report Information
The following information about a selected person can be viewed by running a Person Dashboard Report. When opened, the Person Dashboard Report will resemble the following image. Departments Departments: Displays each of the departments that this ...
Deleting a Person
This option is best for people who have permanently exited an organisation. To remove a person from OfficeMaps, select the People option from the menu. Locate the user to remove, click the Delete button for that user and confirm the operation when ...
How to: Disable Reservations for Individual Assets
OfficeMaps now allows Administrators to Disable Reservations for Individual Assets. In some cases, you may wish to completely disable reservations of particular assets while still allowing check in to them. Some examples of this might be: Disable the ...
Step 7: Adding People to the Map
In addition to assets and pins, Administrators and Instance Administrators can add people and then assign people to desks. To do this, select a level map in the Location Tree to view a map and click on the pencil icon on the toolbar which allows you ...
Only Administrators are able to move people on a map. This can only be achieved by removing a person, as described in the article Removing People and then adding them again, as described in the article Assigning People to an Asset.