There are times when you will need to edit a users account. Everything from updating the spelling of a name, adding in their correct Employee Number, or changing the users Role, can be done through the “User Management” section. To access this feature, the user will need to have the Role of “Super Admin”. Once …
The most common way to get to the “MRC User Reporting” is to click on the “Check By” value within another report. Including the “Scan List” page.
The most common way to get to the “MRC Architectural Number Reporting” is to click on the “Architectural #” value within another report.
Various reports will include a daily view within MRC. Below are a couple of the charts that you will come across when looking at reports that include the daily, aggregated, view.
The most common way to get to the “MRC Zone Reporting” is to click on the “Zone” value within another report.
Even if the Zone is showing as “unclassified” (the default if no Zone is provided), clicking it will get you into the report and you can change the Zone, outlined below.
Within the “MRC Zone Reporting” you will have the option to report by day for each Zone.
This combines the usual Date Range selection with a Zone selection dropdown.
There are a number of ways to get to the MRC Reporting by Day, or Date Range.
Some of the most common are as follows:
- Clicking “Todays Report” from the navigation bar
- Clicking “Last 7 Days”, or variation of Last # Days, from the navigation bar
- Clicking a date, or date and timestamp, from different reporting tables
The area labeled “MRC Records for…” followed by a single date or a date range displays the aggregate information for each Scan completed for the period of the report.
Top 10 is a pretty common part of reporting to help surface information of interest.
Here we are looking at the “Top 10 Users” bar chart.
As you use different reports across the system you may need to select a custom date, or date range. There are plenty of places that will quick link you to a date, such as “Today”, or last 7 days, but there are times when you need something a little more specific of precise.