Note: If you don't see a WorkPlace when logging in, contact your administrator. You may not yet be assigned to the Workplace.
To open a WorkPlace, simply click its name in the list of available WorkPlaces from the home page. This will open your WorkPlace Dashboard which includes tabs for FloorPlans, Hubs, WorkPoints, Counters, and WorkPlace Analytics.
A WorkPlace is generally created and maintained by a CoWorkr or Partner admin. In some cases, customers will create and maintain their own WorkPlaces. This setup process includes adding floorplans, assigning devices, and setting up the analytics - as outlined in the previous support section, App Setup.
To get started exploring a WorkPlace, try clicking on the FloorPlan icon. This will open the FloorPlan and load its default Live View.
Your FloorPlan will launch into its Live view.
Note: The Live Floor Plan uses on-the-fly calculations to determine if a seat is active. This may be slightly different than your processed data represented in your analytics. Processed data may use long-term analysis, unavailable in the short-term, to determine values.
In this view:
Launching the FloorPlan will load the Live View
The second view is called Rewind. This allows you to choose a historical date and time of the Live view. This view will display the same color-coded icons as Live View.
Drag the time slider to adjust
Daily Use View
The third FloorPlan view is called Daily Use. Daily Use is the total amount of use a location has experienced since the start of the workday. This allows you to see the total occupancy data overlaid on your FloorPlan for either a single day or since the day began. You can
• The occupancy data is shown by using a circle with a red color masking over the areas that have experienced use since the beginning of the day.
• The default setting will show the past entire day of data. If you'd like to only visualize occupancy data from a shorter amount of time, for example, the past 3 hours, click on the drop-down at the top right-hand side of the screen and select a different number of hours. This represents the number of hours you're "looking back" on.
• The darker the color indicates the increased amount of use.
• The size of the circle indicates a size setting (small, medium, large, extra-large)that was assigned to this location. A larger area should be used for ceiling-mounted sensors while a small area should be used for devices that cover only a small portion of the floor —such as those sensors mounted to workstations.
Note: To go to a past date, choose a date and time range using the calendar icon.
Activity Map View
The third FloorPlan view is called the Activity Map. This allows you to see Activity data overlaid on your FloorPlan. Choose a date and time range in the filter. The Activity Map view uses a color gradient to show your floor plan's average activity (%) per seat. Hover over an icon to view its value.
• Use the Gradient legend to see the color gradation as it corresponds to percent active.
Note: The Activity Map legend includes a selection for your Activity Interval. If you're unfamiliar with this, scroll down to its section below to read about how it works.