The Location Tree shows a tree list of all the locations where an organisation has set up offices.
This tree view is structured to include the following nodes in order of hierarchy: Country, Region, City, Sites, Office. See the article Tree Options for more information about this. Some of these nodes will not be visible if they have been marked hidden by your Administrator.
Selecting a node in the Location Tree shows the name of the node at the top of the screen above the labels for the Person Panel and the Desk Panel.
An image of the selected location is displayed in the map panel on the right hand side of the screen. If the location is a level location, a map of the office will be displayed showing all the desks, assets and pins as well as all the people who have been assigned to these objects. Use the map control buttons to alter the view of the map as desired.
On a level location, you can select a person which will cause their profile to appear in the Person Panel, or an asset or pin such as a Desk which displays results in the Desk Panel.
Step 1: Setting up the Location Tree
The first thing to configure is the Location Tree. It is important to determine how many office maps will be required and where they will be situated. The Location Tree consists of five tiers of information: Country, Region, City, Site and Levels. ...
Step 8: Setting up the Department Tree
The Department Tree allows organisations to arrange people by department rather than by physical location. The Department Tree consists of any number of tiers organised hierarchically. You can add, delete, rename, hide or alter the settings for any ...
Location Dashboard Report Information
The following information about a selected location can be viewed by running a Location Dashboard Report. When considering the meaning of these values, be aware that all values in the reports refer to not only the selected location but also all child ...
The Location Tree can be customised to display a specified number of levels. Each level corresponds to a geographical view of a location. If a particular view is not required, simply untick the option that corresponds to that level. For example, for ...
The Department Tree
The Department Tree shows a tree list of all the users in the organisation arranged by department rather than physical location. The node levels in this tree do not have any special names like those in the Location Tree - they simply help denote ...