Fluix Dashboard is a start page of your Fluix account where you can see the news & alerts, user activity, document statistics, and other account metrics.
On top, there are some widgets with the results of your team activity in Fluix that may display the following: the number of documents signed, completed, pushed, or overdue, the amount of saved time and paper, as well as the number of active workflows, users, and datasets documents.
You can always customize the widgets by clicking the Change button and choosing a maximum of 5 displayed at a time that would be the most relevant for you.
The Document Activity section allows you to see the number of documents that were either completed or are in progress per a workflow or a specific group by narrowing the period of time from last month to last week.
In the Document Status section, you can see the number of documents that are in the different sections of the app. There is an option to check the number of the documents either as per the workflows or the groups of users. The Document Status section also allows you to see the documents that have been overdue or expired. You can straight away switch to the Document Status section to get a full audit trail for all documents and their statuses in all workflows by clicking on View All Documents.
In the Live Feed you can track all activities within your account:
Click on View Full Event Log to see the detailed log on events related to Users, Groups, System, Workflows, and Documents for the selected period of time:
The next chart shows the iOS and Fluix app versions your account users are running on their devices:
You can also send your users a reminder to update their Fluix app right from here. To get the detailed information on iOS and Fluix app versions, please click on View Full Reportwhich will bring you to the Reports section.
Lastly, there is a TOP 5 list of most active users, workflows, and groups for the selected period of time:
You can grant access to Dashboard to any user of your account by providing him/her with the respective permission. To proceed, please go to the Configuration section —> Roles —> New Role —> Blank Template —> select a user from the list and check the box called Access to Dashboard & Reports —> save changes.
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