- Tidy Library
- Resizing Images
- Menu Boards
- Dashboard Service
- DataSet Ticker
- DataSet View
- Google Traffic
- HTML Package
- Local Video
- Menu Boards
- Shell Command
- Sub Playlist
- Twitter Metro
- Video In
- Web Page
- World Clock
Dashboards can be assigned as a Homepage when adding or editing Users which will allow access to permitted areas of the CMS for that User.
There are four Dashboard views for the CMS that can be assigned, which will be the first screen Users will be taken to after login.
The CMS Status Dashboard is the default Dashboard for Super Admin Users and is intended as a high-level view of the system for Administrators. It gives an overview to how many Display have been connected, how many Users have been added and provides information relating to Library and Bandwidth usage as well as Display Activity for connected Displays.
Scroll down to see further charts which show Display Status and Display Content Status
Click on these charts to get further breakdowns:
The above screenshot shows the Online Display Groups Status with further Display information shown in the grid below.
The CMS Icon Dashboard is a default Dashboard used for all newly assigned Users and is intended as a Launcher into other areas of the CMS. The icons within the Dashboard are shown/hidden according to the Feature access for the User.
The CMS Media Manager Dashboard can be selected for Users who should only edit the Media they have been given access to. The Media Manager Dashboard gives a restricted access view of the CMS presented in a grid style interface which lists each item the User has Share options enabled for. Users can use the ‘Widgets From’ dropdown menu to select Widgets from Drafts or Playlists and use the available filters.
Please note: This dashboard is available from v2.3
The Playlist Dashboard can be assigned to Users who belong to the Playlist Dashboard User User Group so that they only have access to upload/replace media in Playlists they have enabled Share options for.
The Playlist Dashboard gives a very restricted view of the CMS with a User only able to select specific Playlists to manage using the drop-down menu.
Spots are configured using the Sub-Playlist Widget which determines how many media files a User can upload.