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Modified on Mon, 13 Feb 2023 at 02:52 PM
The Dashboard is the nerve center of the Parkonect system. From secure.parkonect.com, you can control your garage, view live data, and run detailed reports. Figure 0.1 shows the Dashboard and its main functions.
The Quick Links bar on the left side of the Dashboard gives you “One Click” power to quickly navigate to the pages you will use most in your Parkonect System. Simply select the garage and the menu of Quick Links will appear.
Real Time Activity
View your garage’s sources of revenue for the month at-a-glance. This chart is interactive and will show you daily values if you hover the mouse across the data.
Shows a categorized chart of live occupancy along with gate vends for the day just below. If you click on each category value, the system will instantly generate a detailed report showing counts by type by hours.
For garages preselling parking, you can see in real-time how many parkers have pre-purchased for the day and how many of these are in the garage, have left the garage, and have yet to check-in. If you click any of the values shown, a detailed report will appear giving you further transactional information.
Instantly see the status of your Parkonect equipment. Your Parkonect equipment routinely does a “handshake” with the Parkonect cloud. From this process, if we determine the equipment has gone offline, the lane will become red on the dashboard and email notifications will be sent out to team members you pre-select, as shown in Figure 0.5 below. To disable lane-down notifications, you simply “click” the alarm icon and a confirmation message will appear before notifications are turned off. When the lane goes back online, the system will send a “lane up” email; however, notifications will need to be re-enabled to get emails for future head status changes.
Keeping your garage counts accurate is very important. Our Aged Parker section accumulates transient and presale customers that have been in the garage for an extended time period. By clicking the Aged Parker number (i.e. the “36” in Figure 0.3 above), our system will show you a detailed report of each Aged Parker and gives you the ability to take action (log them out or otherwise), as shown in Figure 0.5 below. If a parker is logged out using the Aged Parker function, this activity will show up in the Manual Check-in/Out report.System Navigation Tools
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