Reports in detail

The platform offers a wide range of reports, designed to help you organize and perform various calculations that will be beneficial in your work.

All reports can feature different parameters, graphs, or tables. In this tutorial, we'll outline some general points that are guaranteed to be helpful when working with these reports.

Common parameters

All types of reports share common parameters used in their creation.

These include:

  • Report title: To make it easily identifiable.
  • Tracker selection: Choose GPS trackers for which you want to generate the report. You can select all, by groups or one by one.
  • Date range: Select the date range for the report. Some reports may have a different period, but generally, the difference between the start and end dates is three months. Also, remember that the available history depends on your tariff plan, so check with your provider.
  • Control days: Choose the specific days of the week within the selected period for your report. For example, if you're not interested in weekend data, mark Monday through Friday in blue.
  • Control time: Select the time frame you're interested in for each day's data (daytime, nighttime, or other times). This ensures the report doesn't include unnecessary information.
  • Hide empty tabs: If there's no data for a GPS tracker during the specified period, the tab won't be created. The minimum number of tabs in a report is one.
  • Show seconds: Use the time format hours:minutes:seconds. If it isn't set - time format will be hours:minutes.

In addition to these common parameters, each report has specific ones. You can find them along with the report descriptions in the documentation for each report type.

common report parameters
common report parameters

Graphs scale control

Some graphs are accompanied by scale graphs. The upper graph displays accurate information, while the lower graph handles scaling and shows the boundaries of the upper graph.

You can change the scale of the upper graph using the mouse wheel, or you can manually adjust it. To do this, place the cursor on the edge of the gray area in the bottom graph, hold down the left mouse button, and drag it to the side. A single click outside the gray area will reset the scale. By default, the entire graph is displayed without scaling.

To change the boundaries of the top graph, move the mouse cursor with the left button held down. Another option is to slide the gray area right or left on the bottom graph.

When hovering over the graphs, you'll see the exact information displayed.

Table sorting control

For all tables, you have the ability to choose how information is displayed and which columns to show. You can display data in ascending or descending order by clicking on the column name.

When you hover over a column, a table symbol will appear. By clicking on it, you can select the type of sorting and the columns to be displayed in the table. Hiding columns in this manner only affects the display in the web version.

In some tables, values may be color-coded:

  • Red: largest value
  • Blue: smallest value

Report actions

There are several actions you can take with the reports.

Downloading reports

You can download reports in two formats:

  • XLSX - This format is more flexible, allowing you to make changes as needed.
  • PDF - The report will appear similar to how it's displayed in the user interface.

When you download the report, hidden columns will be included and sorting won't be applied. For sorting, filtering, and hiding columns, we recommend using the XLSX format.

Deleting reports

To delete an unnecessary report, you can use the trash button. There is a maximum of 10 reports available for viewing at a time. If you create a new one when there are already 10 reports in the list, the oldest report will be deleted automatically.

Please note that deleting reports is not available in demo mode for demo users. This feature allows you to see what information might be interesting for your prospects.

Printing reports

You can print reports by clicking the printer button. It will be opened in a new page to choose the printer, pages and other settings. You will see how the report will look like after printing.

Choosing pages

You can easily select the necessary pages, much like browsing through tabs in a web browser. If you come across a page displaying "No data found for the selected period," it means that the platform didn't receive the required information to build the report from your device.

Sections control

Every report section may be minimized to help you focus on the interested information. Click the section name line to minimize or expand the section.

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