How To Access and View Events/Alerts.

How To Access and View Events/Alerts.

The Events tab allows the user to manage and track their event data more efficiently. All event data is retained via established alerts that are previously set in the device.

To navigate the Events of your device, please select the “Events” tab in the main menu of the application.

To access your events, you will need to choose the device you are wanting to access, type of event (report), and then set a date you would like to access.

Once you have selected the device you would like view, you will notice a list of event types.

There are 4 main categories you can choose from:

Zone Alert – Events retained in the app that are associated with custom zones. If the device goes outside the specified zone, you will receive an alert that can be viewed here.

Speed Alert - Events retained in the app that are associated with speed. If the device detects or goes passed an indicated speed limit, you will receive an alert that can be viewed here.

Battery Alert - Events retained in the app that are associated with battery life. If the device detects or goes below an indicated battery limit, you will receive an alert that can be viewed here.

SOS Alert - Events retained in the app that are associated with last known location of the device.

Select the type of event you are wanting to access from the provided list. Once a event type is selected, you will need to set a date or timeframe the event occurred. Once this is complete, please press “SET DATE” to set the recommended date you would like to access.

If an event is present, you will notice an event for that specific date. Each event retained will show the following:

 

Alert Name – Denotes the name of the alert that is being accessed

Event Type –  Denotes the type of event that is being retained in the app.

Speed –  Denotes the indicated speed of when the event was retained in the app.

Battery – Denotes the battery level of the device when the event was retained to the app.

Time – Denotes the precise time the event was retained in the app.

Last Location – Denotes the last known location of the device when the event was retained onto the app.

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