Updated Icons for Assets and Pins due to changes in v2.12
OfficeMaps has expanded its icon suite to include more options for users. As part of this, some older icons have been deprecated and are no longer available within OfficeMaps. If an Asset or Pin is using these icons they will have been replaced with a differently named but similar image. No further action should be required by users. This list includes the following icons:
Step 6: Adding Assets and Pins to the Map
Administrator and Instance Administrators can add assets and pins to a map 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 to enter edit ...
Step 5: Configuring Assets and Pins
There are two types of objects that can be placed on to a map in OfficeMaps. Assets are objects like desks and meeting rooms to which people can be assigned. A Pin is an object that is static and which is not connected to people, like a printer or a ...
Adding Pins to a Map
Once a Level Map has been created, pins can be added to it to help define the environment in which people work. A number of pin types exist by default in OfficeMaps, including Kitchen, Printer and First Aid Kit. Pins differ from assets in that people ...
Adding Assets to a Map
Once a Level Map has been created, assets can be added to it to help define the environment in which people work. The most common assets that people are assigned to are desks which denote the physical space where a user can be located. Only ...
22 May 2018 Web App Updated to v 2.1
OfficeMaps 2.1 has been released and includes new features as well as bug fixes. If your OfficeMaps is cloud-hosted, these changes will be available immediately. Simply log out of OfficeMaps, restart your browser and then log in again. If your ...