At the top left of the screen you will see your name and if you have a uploaded a photo, an image of yourself.
If you click on your name, you will open your full profile. If you click on your status, you can change your status, and if you like, add a message for anyone reading your profile.
The location tree can be found underneath your name and image on the left side of the screen. The location tree gives you a visual representation of your office locations and the floors associated with them. Clicking on a floor will show you the Office Map (see what we did there?) of that floor.
Clicking on the middle icon at the top of the location tree switches you to the Department view. The department view shows you a list of people associated with that department including basic contact information.
The Office Map takes up most of the space that you can see. The map shows the location of people, desks, offices, meeting rooms and all sorts of pins. Pins are little icons that represent objects and places that you might want to find in your office like printers, first aid kits and hand wash stations.
If you hover over a person on the map, a small contact card will appear.
If you click on the person, this will open up their full profile in the profile pane.
Meeting rooms, desks, offices and pins all have profiles associated with them. If you click on one of these objects, the profile pane will open with their details.
Clicking on the floor number or location name above the profile pane opens the dashboard for that level of the location tree.
The dashboard shows statistics for the floor or location including allocated desk counts, unassigned desks, occupancy statistics and many others.
The map toolbox is a line of small icons at the top left of the map. From left to right, these icons are: