The Locations section includes 2 tabs: Location Lists and Locations Map. The Locations Map tab is the same map displayed on the Dashboard with a bigger view. The Locations tab is everything on the Locations Map in text form, which is categorized by the actual name of the location, whether it's a zone or a rack, the amount of hardware available, or the status of the hardware: Active, inactive, unassigned, or under maintenance.
Each list can be exported into CSV files for your records by clicking the Export button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Example of Locations
Example of Locations Map
You can view additional stats on a location by clicking the name of the location, which will take you to a tab specific to that location. Additional information will include the location type, the latitude/longitude, the status of the station, the number of racks, pieces of hardware available, the banner type to display a custom logo, and a map of where the station is located.
In the upper right corner, you have the option to edit this location or retire this location. When you retire a location, it will be removed from the map and inaccessible to users.
When you click edit, you are given the options to modify the location name and status, the station capacity, the banner, and the location on the map. When you are done making changes, click the submit button.
Inside the Rentals tab, you can see exactly what rentals occurred at that particular station. Those rental details will include the hardware that was used, the start and end location, and the start and end time.
You can view additional stats on a rental by clicking one of the available options. Additional stats will include a map of where the rental occurred, the name of the user, the exact duration, and the user's rating of that particular rental.
All rentals can be exported into CSV files by clicking the Export button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
In the same way, all the rental routes geo-tracking data can be exported with the "Export Routes" button. The data will arrive in your email as a GeoJSON file and this can be used on sites that accept this type of file. (i.e.: Kepler.gl) If you are interested in this process, please follow this step-by-step guide.