The Assets section of the Fleet Tracking menu allows you to see how your assets are moving in real time. The difference with the Trips section is that the Assets sections informs you on the assets themselves (name, last transmission and informations for each asset). You can see the map on the right and the asset table on the left. This section acts as some sort of a historic of your assets.
First,be sure you've opened your Tracking area. If you are still in default eVouala, click on More... and Fleet Tracking. You will have to select the Tracking feed of your choice.
At the left of the research tool above the map are three buttons;
1) Magnifying glass: allows you to visualize the totality your assets in the map;
2) The peincil in a square or "Batch Edit": allows you to edit ALL your assets. Use this button with caution. For example, if you only want to edit one asset ansd use this button, every other asset will be edited.
3) The arrow: allows you to export your data. You can name the data that you export and the export format (shapefile, csv, etc.).
4) A search tool: allows you to search specific assets
In addition to these features, the Assets section has a function that allows you to trace the assets of your fleet by using a specified timeline (last 24 hours, last 48 hours, last 7 days or a customized period of time that you can set as you wish). You can visualize how your assets moved using this timeline. For example, if you choose the last 24 hours, you will see how you assets moved in the last 24 hours directly on the map
At the right of the map, there are different buttons;
1) The magnifying glass button: allows you to search for a location or an adress for example;
2) The "+" and "-" buttons: allows you to zoom in and zoom out;
3) The house button: allows you to zoom to your home view;
4) The ruler button: allows you to measure a line or an area;
5) The three dotted line; allows you to share your map;
6) The printer button: allows you to print your map;
7) The point in a circle button (Geolocalisator tool): allows you to gelocate your own position on the map;
8) Downward arrow: allows you to add or remove temporary vector files into the map;
9) The image (or sketch tool): allows you to draw a point, a linestring, a polygon or to write text directly on the map
10) The wrench (or Helper tool):shows a list of resources used by the mapping application in addition to hyperlinks to edit them.