The Dashboards area of the WillowTwin™ platform, is the main home screen for all users. From here, users have the ability to see a wealth of building information and reports providing insight in to the overall health and status of buildings in your organizations portfolio.
Depending on the permissions enabled for each user, they may see one of 2 dashboards when they log into the platform, either a Portfolio Dashboard, for users with portfolio-level viewer or admin rights; or a Building Dashboard, for users with site-level viewer or admin rights.
The portfolio dashboard is great for users such as portfolio managers or executives who want to be able to see quick numbers and statistics related to overall portfolio or individual building performance and operations. Two different dashboard views provide these users with quick insights into the status and performance of all buildings within the portfolio, and options to dive into each building to see a more detailed breakdown of its health and operation.
The site view is the default view for the portfolio dashboard, from here users can see a list of all buildings in the portfolio, including basic building details, tallies of the number of urgent insights and tickets, an overall building score, and the geographic location of each building.
The performance view is where users can view key metrics and reports related to the overall performance of the buildings in the portfolio, including comfort and energy scores.
For a more detailed description of the functionality of both the site view and performance view areas of the dashboard, please see the user guide article Portfolio Dashboards.
Building managers, chief engineers and their teams will typically interact with the building dashboard the most. From here they can monitor the status of the building and use it as a starting point for troubleshooting and resolving potential issues with malfunctioning or inoperable equipment and systems. Also here, users can toggle between a site view and a performance view depending on the information they are looking for.
The site view is the default view for users who access the building dashboard, it provides users with a basic summary of a building within their portfolio, showing users potential issues in the form of insights and tickets. A 3D representation of the building also gives users a visual representation of where the insights are coming from, and the ability to navigate to any of the floors/levels to view 2D or 3D floor plans, search for twins, and more.
The performance view is where users can view key metrics and reports related to the overall performance of their building, including comfort and energy scores.
For a more detailed description of the functionality of both the site view and performance view areas of the dashboard, please see the user guide article Building Dashboards.
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