The OneVue Sense Environmental Monitoring interface is intuitive and user friendly.
Top navigation bar: drop-down menus to access the OneVue features.
Your access to the menu options is dependent on the Role and Device Classes assigned to your User Profile.
List Views: customize the data displayed in each list view and set a custom view to be shared with all users.
Primary and Advanced Settings: when viewing the profile of a system component, by default only the primary settings are displayed. Advanced options provide access to additional settings.
The menu options displayed are dependent upon the Roles and Device Classes assigned to your User Profile.
Dashboard: a snapshot of the current state of all Monitored Assets, a list of To Do items, and active User Announcements.
Monitoring: view and manage Monitored Assets, Alert Resolutions, Alert Rules, Alert Resolution Templates, and Teams.
Devices: view and manage Primex devices and the networks assigned to devices. A network device connects to its assigned network to send data to and download settings from OneVue.
Reports: view generated reports, generate a new report, and manage Report Profiles.
Admin: manage account settings, Users, Business Units, Locations, and User Announcements.
Your User Profile: manage your contact information, password, and alert preferences.
Help: view self-help support articles and download PDF manuals. Be sure to use the search feature to easily find what you are looking for.
You must be logged in to OneVue to view Sense Help articles. If you are not logged into OneVue, you can view the OneVue Release Details & Additional Resources and all Sync and Notify Help articles.
Customizing your list views are helpful when you need to filter the information displayed. From the gear icon of each list view, located in the upper right corner, you can create your own custom views and optionally share a view with all account users. To learn more, Customize what's displayed in list views and download data.
You can set the number of items to display in a view. If a page has more items than what is displayed, select the back and next buttons to navigate through the additional pages.