Navigating the Dashboard

We have provided a reference guide to the dashboard below and a list of features but we are always adding new ones so don’t hesitate to get in touch if there is something you would like to see.

Dashboard front page

  1. Network Health – Shows which part of your network are up or down.
  2. Manage Router/APs – Click here to see a detailed list of your sites and information about them, Add a new device (see post How do I claim my device) , and grouping.
  3. User Registration – A quick view of how many users have signed on to the WiFi and whether they are new or returning.
  4. Manage users/ Manage vouchers – Click manage users to see a list of guest and secure users, add secure users (see the post How do I add a secure user) and export user data. Click manage vouchers to generate WiFi vouchers for guest usage and a list of generated vouchers.
  5. Reports – Shows a detailed view of your network (see further details below)
  6. Analytics – A quick view of the network usage.
  7. Hotspot pages – Click here to see a list of your hotspot pages, information about them and you can also create a new hotspot profile from this page (see post How do I create a new hotspot?).
  8. Network hardware map – Shows the locations of your network hardware.
  9. Alarms and events – Shows status changes in your network hardware.

Reports

  1. Date field – Change the date to show the reporting information for the time period you need .
  2. User registration – A line graph showing new (Blue) and returning (Grey) WiFi users for the time period chosen for the report.
  3. Visit rate – A bar graph expressing how many times users visited as a percentage in the period of a month.
  4. Return rates – A bar graph expressing the return rates as a percentage in the period of a month.
  5. User demographics – A bar graph expressing the demographics of the WiFi users.
  6. Top 10 sites – A table of the top 10 sites for user registration in ascending order, the table also shows the sites NAS ID and Network SSID.
  7. Network usage (connections) – A line graph showing total connection (grey) and unique connections (blue) over the period chosen for the report.
  8. Network usage (data) – A line graph showing the upload (blue) and download (grey) trends for the period chosen for the report.
  9. Active users – How many users are currently online.
  10. Alarms – Hardware and external program (e.g Slack) alerts.

Splash page editor

1. Time of day settings – From these settings you are able to change the splash pages graphics depending on what time of the day it is, this could be especially useful if you have time dependant offers on throughout the day or if you want your splash page to reflect the time of day (e.g Good morning, Good afternoon, Good evening)

2. Time of day preview – Shows a preview of the design of your splash page in each time slot.

3. Image/Graphics – After you have configured the time of day settings upload the images for your splash page (each time-based profile will need images uploaded separately). You will need a page logo and a portrait and landscape background image.

4. Page headings – Here you are able to personalise the heading and sub heading for the splash page.

5. Colour and Layout – in this section you are able to customise the splash page to you brand by changing the colours of the different parts of the splash page (hex numbers will be required for accuracy) and layout of the text on the page, from here you can also add modals

6. Data capture – Toggle betwen the options to choose which data you need to capture when a user signs up for the website. Don’t forget to save your changes or they wont be applied.

7. Registration options (profile) – Click Add registration option to Create a registration options profile for your splash page you will need to choose the Type of sign in (e.g. voucher, social media, email etc), the access time which can be anything from 1 hour to one year, whether you need to capture data from the user and finally what bandwidth restriction you want to give the user. You are able to have an unlimited number of profiles so you can apply different options for different users.

8. Secure user registration options – Here you have the option to turn on secure user registration which gives users the opportunity to sign on to secure WPA-2 enterprise WiFi, you are also able to change the name for the secure network. If you have made any changes click update secure WiFi to save your options.

9. Post login link – Enter a the website address you would like your user to be sent to post login.

10. Social links – Enter you Social media profile links to add follow buttons to the bottom of the splash page.

11. Promotional modals – Options for the users marketing preferences pop-out and its text.

12. Integrations – Options to integrate third party services and products such as Mail chimp and Tripadvisor for marketing purposes or there is an option to add additional GDPR information for your users.

13. Site data – Custom meta data for individual sites (this will not change your splash pages)

14. Splash profile settings – For advance users only as it changes the site that the splash pages are connected to.

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