Aguardion

Interface Navigation

Navigating the Aguardion User Interface


Aguardion was built from the ground up with the user experience in mind and incorporates a mobile-friendly, dynamic interface designed to maximize compatibility, usability and accessibility.


The navigation menu on the left side of the display forms the heart of the Aguardion user interface. From here, you can access all the dashboards available to your user.


‘Collapse’ allows you to hide the navigation menu, improving usability on certain devices.
Note that the navigation menu will be minimized by default on some tablets and mobile devices.



The ‘lock’ option allows you to lock your Aguardion session if you need to step away from your desk. The ‘logout’ button logs you out quickly and conveniently.


Expansion arrows next to navigation menu items indicate that more options are hidden- selecting that menu item will expand the item.

My Account Menu



The Account menu in the upper right part of the interface provides a variety of options for users managing their profile. The ‘full screen’ icon allows you to maximize your view of Aguardion. This is especially useful on smaller tablets and mobile devices. Selecting the icon in full screen mode will revert you back to the standard view.

Dashboard Navigation

A general overview of dashboards can be found:


Filter Results


The Aguardion system utilizes a ‘filter results’ feature throughout the system to assist users in quickly finding the information they need. Using the drop-down menus, select as many filters as you’d like and then select ‘search’ to sort by your filters.


The the applicable filters will change depending on the dashboard you are utilizing.


Manipulating Dashboard Objects


Many objects within Aguardion’s various dashboards can be collapsed, expanded, customized or otherwise manipulated.

 

Use these icon’s to full-screen, collapse or remove an information panel within an Aguardion dashboard.

Many of the dashboard tables in Aguardion allow for significant customization. ‘Export’ allows you to export data in a variety of formats to standard office applications. ‘Columns’ allows you to define the extent of the displayed data. By selecting ‘Column’, you can select which columns you want to view in the table. 



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