Using the Report

If you're using a report older than 2.1.0 then please see here for information on Using the Report.

Once you're all setup (see here for help on getting started) you can start to refine your data.

Refining the Data


The on screen elements with grey backgrounds (highlighted in Purple) offer several options for you to refine your selections.
These include things like date range and which locations/teams to compare, allowing you to slice into the data you specifically require.

All selections propagate across each other. So for instance, you'll only see Checklists that are relevant to your Location selections, or you'll only see Sensors that apply to the Rules you've chosen.

Some of your selections will carry across all pages of the report.

At the bottom of the report there are a number of tabs available (highlighted in Blue). Select these to see different views of your data.

Tip: if you find you are often making the same refinements, then you can duplicate and rename the tab with the refinements in place and save the report. Now that tab will retain your selections every time you open the report.
Alternatively you can use bookmarks.


Interpreting the Data

Make your refinements in the grey filters (leave as 'All' if you'd like to look at everything) and the visuals will populate with data.

You can then select elements on the visuals to highlight a particular item or hover over to reveal a tooltip.
Drilldown into the data using the drilldown buttons on the top left of each visual (shown below).
You can also sort the data and make each visual full screen using the buttons on the top right of each one.


Since Checkit is a management by exception tool, the data you're seeing mostly comprises the alerts generated by the system.

Some of the things you can learn about your data are below:

1. Total alerts per Location/Team displayed as each alert type (Check, Overdue, Sensor or Service)

2. Average time to deal with alerts per Location/Team. Active alerts are those that haven't been Cleared or Acknowledged and are still outstanding.

3. KPI performance per location.

4. KPI performance over time.

You can learn more about the available KPIs here.




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