Setting a time frame
In each of the reports listed, the span of time you can set as a time frame. It directly corresponds to the duration for which we have data available.
Next to the time frame you can choose from the different configurations of assets your map has. In the example, we can choose from Bookable, Non-bookable, and Blocked rooms. Keep in mind that if you don’t have one of the configuration types in your map, it will not be available for selection here.
Under that, you can filter all the assets by Country, Building, Floor, etc. When you hover over each filter, an eraser icon appears. You can click on it to clear the filter.
Below the filters you can see the number of selected buildings, Rooms, and Bookable rooms, you’ve chosen. Also available are percentages for Average and Peak utilization. On the left side, there is a pie chart, showing the numbers for Bookable, Non-bookable, and Blocked assets, presented in the graphs below.
You also can change the workweek frame. You can view the week Monday to Friday, Sunday to Thursday, or you can choose to see all seven days of the week.
Set Office Hours
To set Office Hours, tick the Office Hours box. This will show data for the hours 7:00-18:00. If the box is left empty, it will show all 24 hours of the day.
If you want to see a specific span of time, you can do that from the dropdown menu.
!Keep in mind that once you set the time span, it will be shown throughout all the different graphs. (If you change the hours in Room Overview, this will also be reflected in Space Overview, etc.)
A quick view of a specific date is available, by hovering over the graph and clicking on it. This will change the other graphs: they will show only data for this specific/hour.
Clicking anywhere else in the graph will take you out of this quick view mode.
By doing this in 'Room utilization it shows the 'Hourly utilization' and 'Weekly utilization' only for this day.
By doing this in hourly utilization, it shows the data for a specific hour every day in 'Room utilization' and 'Weekly utilization'.
**pic of clicking somewhere else and changing it back**