This section describes the various modules that can be accessed from the Home screen of a campus. Click on the name of a module to access the content.


1. Buildings –  Click on the Buildings menu button on the Home screen of a campus to display the location of campus buildings on a map. This master file is hyperlinked to the detailed maps and plans of all campus buildings. The file which opens immediately after a user accesses this module is set as the start file from the ‘Settings’ screen. Users can view the start file through the application viewer. All the normal viewer operations are applicable on this screen.


Screenshot below displays the location of buildings of a campus on a map: 


If no file is selected as the Start File, then a help popup appears informing the user to link a start file from the Folder & Files module.


Screenshot below displays the help pop-up if no start file is selected:


2. Equipment – Click the Equipment menu button on the Home screen of a campus and the Equipment module opens.

 

Screenshot below displays the Equipment screen:

Note: Refer to Equipment workflow document to understand how the Equipment module works.


3. Forms – Click the Forms menu button on the Home screen of a campus, the Forms module opens.

 

Screenshot below displays the Forms screen:

Note: Refer to Forms workflow document to understand how the Forms module works.


4. Emergency – Click the Emergency menu button on the Home screen of a campus and a master PDF file opens that displays all the emergency documents that are hyperlinked. The master file which opens immediately after a user accesses this module is set as the start file from the Settings screen. Users can view the start file through the application viewer. All the normal viewer operations are applicable on this screen.


Screenshot below displays the Emergency screen:

If no file is selected as start file, then a help screen will appear urging the user to link a start file from the Folder & Files module.


5. Tenant Improvements (TI) – Click the TIs menu button on the Home screen of a campus and a master PDF file opens that displays all the tenant improvement documents are hyperlinked. The master file which opens immediately after user accesses this module is set as the start file from the Settings screen. Users can view the start file through the application viewer. All the normal viewer operations are applicable on this screen.


Screenshot below displays the Tenant Improvement screen:


If no file is selected as the Start File, then a help popup appears informing the user to link a start file from the Folder & Files module.


6. Folder & Files – This module contains all the files of the BuildingsEmergency and Tenant Improvements modules. Users have the ability to create the structure of the folders. Each module has a root folder used as the file storage location. Users can create the sub-folders and also upload documents (files) in those folders. Users can open the documents stored in the folders to view, draw markups on & create hyperlink through the app Viewer.


Screenshot below displays the Folders & Files screen:


The left-panel of the screen displays the campus folder structure in tree format. The right-panel (grid section) displays the files stored under the folder selected from the left-panel. Users can create folders and upload files from their local computer within any of these folders.

 

Note: The functionality and operations of the Folders & Files module is explained in the Folders and Files sections respectively.


Click on a file in the grid section [highlighted with red rectangle in the screenshot above] to view that file in the Viewer.


Screenshot below displays the file opened in the app Viewer:


7. Albums – This module stores all the images of the campus. Users can upload images of the campus within separate folders inside the Album module. 


Screenshot below displays the Album screen:


The left-panel of the screen displays the album structure in tree format. The right-panel (grid section) displays the images stored under the folder selected from the left-panel. User can create folders and upload images from their local computer within any of these folders.

 

Note: The functionality and operations of the Folders & Files module is explained in the Folders and Files sections respectively.


8. Teams – Teams are created under this module by:

  • Adding users from the Contacts module 
  • Incorporating new users 
  • Adding existing employee users


The users included in this team will have the access privileges to the various features of the campus based on the permission provided to the team. Permission to different teams is provided through this screen.


Screenshot below displays the Team screen:



Note: The functionality and operations of the Folders & Files module is explained in the Folders and Files sections respectively.