5.1 Using the Mobility Dashboard

The Mobility Dashboard provides statistics about the functioning of your Mobility system. At the same time, colorful indicators draw your attention to those details that matter most.

5.1.1 Exploring the Dashboard

  1. In the Mobility Admin console, click Dashboard Dashboard icon.

    Mobility Dashboard

    The initial three panels provide high-level information about your Mobility system.

  2. Click Users, then click a specific user to open three additional panels with user-specific information.

    User Information panel
  3. Click a specific type of information in any panel to open the Listing panel to display detailed statistics.

    Listing panel
  4. Click the Listing drop-down menu on the left side of the Listing panel header to select a specific listing or to create a customized listing view.

    When you customize a listing in any way, the customization remains until you log out of the Admin console.

  5. Click a graph in a listing to display a large, detailed version of the graph.

  6. Click Help Help icon in any panel for explanations of all the statistics and graphs.

  7. Click Search Filter Search Filter icon on the right side of the Listing panel header, type a search string, then press Enter to restrict the content of the listing.

  8. Click Export Table Export Table icon to export the listing to a CSV file for use in a spreadsheet program.

  9. Click Configure Columns Configure Columns icon to select the columns to display in the listing.

In addition to the Dashboard, the Mobility Admin console provides the User page for monitoring synchronization of users and devices. For usage instructions, see:

5.1.2 Configuring Dashboard Data Retention

The Dashboard continuously collects data about your Mobility system to produce the indicators and statistics listings that it displays. You can configure how long alerts remain active and how long historical data for graphs is stored.

  1. In the Mobility Admin console, click Service Configuration Service Configuration icon.

  2. In the Alert Retention field, adjust how long you want alerts to display.

    Monitor Retention

    By default, alerts are retained for 14 days or until you manually delete them.

  3. In the Statistic History Retention field, adjust how long you want the data used to generate graphs to be stored.

    By default, the historical data used to generate the graphs is retained for 30 days.

  4. Click Save to save the new setting(s).

  5. Restart the Mobility Service to put the new setting(s) into effect:

    rcgms restart