Enhanced Data Viewing

Enhanced Chart Navigation

Measurement data can be viewed with enhanced controls below the chart on each measurement details page. A slider allows users to highlight historical values. The magnifying glass buttons zoom in and out while keeping the selected value centered. The double arrow buttons pan the view left or right. Finally, the skip-to-end button on the far right returns the chart to showing the latest value at the present time.

Enhanced Search Bar

The search bar at the top of the hardware list and the measurement list is a powerful tool to help users find a group, bridge, sensor, or measurement, or to filter the list to show all sensors of a specific type.  Users can enter just a portion of the search term to find all matching items in the list.

For more advanced searches, users can also enter multiple search terms separated by commas or spaces.  If multiple search terms are separated by commas, search results show items that match any of the search terms.  If multiple search terms are separated by spaces, search results show only items that match all search terms.  For example, to filter the list to only show temperature and humidity sensors, users could search for “temp, hum”.  To find all humidity sensors installed in coolers, users could search for “cool hum” if devices inside their coolers include the word “cool” or “Cool” in their name.

The hardware list now supports enhanced search to more easily find a bridge or device.  In addition to the name and property, users can now search for hardware using the bridge ID,  the bridge IP address, the device hardware id, or the device MAC address.

Notes for Measurement Data

Measurement Data points can be annotated to explain the root cause of abnormal readings, describe special circumstances, or document events that affect the environment. A note can be added on the measurement details page using the note button below the chart on the far left. The slider and other navigation controls can be used to select the exact data point where a note is to be attached. Notes can even be added to gaps in the data to document network outages, power loss, or drained batteries by selecting a data gap with the slider. The note can be up to 100 characters long and appears as a gray sticky note icon on the chart. Note contents can be shown by tapping the icon or by using the slider to select the data point. Pressing the edit button on the note balloon allows the note to be edited or deleted.

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