General Settings

The first tab contains general settings. Here you indicate your time zone, input your e-mail address, change the password to enter the system, and set many other parameters.

Time zone
Indicate your time zone accurately because all time values in messages got from devices are displayed in accordance with time zone selected.

Daylight saving time
Specify DST options if you use summer and winter time in your region. None - summer time is not used. Auto - time on web is calculated according to client's settings; server time depends on server settings. Otherwise, choose the most appropriate DST schedule on the dropdown list.

Persian calendar
This option allows to activate the Iranian calendar also known as Persian solar calendar. It is used in Iran and Afghanistan. If the option is on, the Persian calendar will replace usual (Gregorian) calendar in the places where a user should indicate some time interval (to build a track, to query messages or a report, to setup a job or assign a route, etc.) At that, if Arabic is selected as interface language, the calendar will be in Farsi (language spoken in Iran) and shown from right to left. Otherwise, it will be in English (in Latin characters and Arabic numbers) and shown from left to right. Click the question sign on the top to invoke the help window with detailed information. Enabling/disabling the Iranian calendar requires reloading the page.

This e-mail address will be used to send you a reset password link in case you forget your password.

Enable public access to locator page
If you enable public access to your account, your units location will become available to other people and at any moment accessible to other people through the locator page. Enable the option and save user settings. Then display the dialog again and follow the locator page link to see how it will look. The feature works only with Google Map service. More...

In this field you can indicate your city. It will be used in the Nearest Units and Address tools as the default city. Enter the full city name or its beginning, and in the dropdown menu below confirm your choice selecting a needed city from the list (there can be several towns with the same names in different countries).

User's phone numbers
Key in one or more phone numbers which you are going to use to manage units via SMS. If a command comes from some other phone, it is not processed. Phone numbers should be written in international format and separated by comma (with no spaces).

Change password
If you push this button, some additional fields will appear. You will be asked to input your current password, and then your new password (two times). New password can be applied on the login page. Note: However, not all users are allowed to change their passwords.

Access key to mobile site
If you are going to use mobile phone or PPC to manage the server, enter the access key. If you leave this field empty, the access will be denied.

Use US metrics (miles, gallons)
By default distance is measured in meters (kilometers), and fuel level is given in liters. Mark this check box to switch to the US units of measurement - miles and gallons.

Use common map for all modes
The option is activated by default. It means that all graphics mapped in different modes (map, messages, reports) remain on the map when switching between the modes. If the option is disabled, graphic elements of inactive modes are disabled automatically when switching between modes.

Play sound for events
The sound can be played for online notifications and drivers' messages. When a notification or a message pops up, the browser will play sound. In Windows OC QuickTime Alternative can be used as media player.

Automatically display popup events
If ticked, online notifications and messages from drivers pop up automatically. However, if you remove the flag, only the blinking envelope in the bottom panel will indicate that there are new events.

Use shortcuts
Check this box to activate Shortcuts.

Show in unit info tip

Here you choose which information should be listed in unit tooltip (on the map and in the work list).

Unit info
Device type, unique ID, and phone number which are specified in unit properties. This information is available to users with manage or edit rights only.

The last detected address.

Speed in the latest message.

Altitude in the latest message (if device is able to give such data).

The number of satellites locked.

Values of mileage counter and engine hours counter. See Counters.

Presence in geofences
If unit is situated in a geofence, geofence's name will be displayed, and it will have the same color as assigned in geofence properties).

Message parameters are CAN bus, power voltages, and many others. Their names (as they come in messages) and their raw values can be shown in unit info tip.

Sensors values
Sensors configured for the unit and their known values will be listed. Custom sensor name is displayed and the value processed according to calculation table of this sensor.

Custom fields
Custom fields from unit properties.

Route control
Assigned routes and their current states.

The name, photo, and phone number of driver bound to the unit.

Maintenance state
Service intervals together with their states (days/engine hours/kilometers left or expired) are shown.

If nothing is selected, only last message time will be displayed in unit info tip.

Note that counters in unit tooltip are refreshed once a minute, as well as information about driver.

Unit visualization on map

Snap to road
If activated, units location will by forcibly locked to a nearest road if there is one in the radius of 50 meters (164 feet).

Replace unit names with drivers' names
If ticked, unit names displayed on the map are replaced with drivers' names if any are assigned. If none of drivers is assigned, the unit is displayed with its usual name. This option concerns only unit visualization on the map and does not affect unit lists in different dialogs, panels and popup menus.

Replace unit icons with motion state signs
If marked, unit icons are hidden, and all units are displayed with motion direction arrows (if they are in motion) or with blue rhomb shaped marker (if they are stationary). See also Unit presentation on map.

Display overlapping units in one icon
  If one or more units overlay on the map, their icons can be grouped into one. It lightens visual reception of the map. The exception is in two biggest zooms where all icons are displayed regardless their overlapping.

Show unit icons at map borders
If a unit gets out of view, its icon will be displayed at map border in the direction where the unit is located. Click on this icon to move to this unit on the map.

It is possible to indicate the length of the trace which is added to a moving unit on the map (the 'Points in traces' parameter), and choose the color and width for it.

Display POI names on the map
Depending on this flag, POI can be displayed on the map with its name or without it (only with image or/and a circle). This setting affects only the map mode but not reports.

Geofence visualization on map

Display names of geofences on the map
If activated, geofences are displayed on the map with captions. It concerns also control points of line-shaped geofences. The option affects the Map Mode as well as in reports. Captions color is blue for control points and magenta for names of geofences themselves.

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