What is the benefit of setting up a group?
- Setting up groups means that you can add members and only they will have the ability to scan the tools and tags in that group. Access will be restricted to anyone outside that group
- This means that you can break down tooling or groups into sections on the shop floor to make sure tooling is only used on that specific group of machines. Therefore keeping tooling in an organised fashion based on how you set your groups up.
How do I set up a group?
- Click on the 'More' tab, bottom right of your app
- You will see the account holder's name at the top. Below that you will see the section 'Groups'. Click on that.
- Click on 'Create Group'. Fill in the details and add members by email as instructed.
Information on groups (developments are ongoing with this feature)
- You can only be a member of one group, on one account
- To become a member of another group it is necessary to leave the group you are in
- If you wish to leave a group in which you are admin, you will need to hand the admin rights to someone else. This can be done by clicking on the three dots next to the member's name and selecting "Assign admin rights".
- Add products to your group by clicking on "My products" at bottom of screen and then selecting your group title at the top. Click the "+" sign at top right to add products
- You will also see the "create assembly" option here
Tell me about the assembly option
- The assembly feature allows a user to tag a whole assembly. This can be useful if there are set assemblies used in the tool shop which can stay as one piece or you can create an assembly based upon job cards/workpiece and attach all tooling to that specific job/workpiece.
- Assemblies can be built from products already scanned or you can add new ones. Tagged assemblies can be made up of all tagged products or the assembly can be tagged as a single unit
A photograph provides a visual guide for the user
- Access the "Create Assembly" option by clicking the "+" sign in My Products or in your group as above