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Inventory app

Inventory appInventory app

SUMMARY
    List of printers and copiers that are currently being managed.
IN DETAIL
    • This page shows the list of printers and copiers that are being managed. You can also edit the location address.

 

    • The results are shown for the project/s selected from the List of

Active Projects

    .
USEFUL FOR
    This screen allows you to quickly identify those devices that are being managed for each project and their location. By clicking on any location detail you can edit the content. It is also the quickest access to the Cloud of the printer by just clicking on the Serial Number. You can use the Search button to quickly search a specific printer: enter the full serial number or just part of it in the Search field, then click enter; the list of printers will now just show those printers that match your criteria. Click on the appropriate Serial Number and the Cloud of this printer will open.
INSTRUCTIONS
    1. From the list of available projects, check what Project is selected. If Active Project is marked, then you have all your MPS projects selected. The system will show the corresponding data of the printers and copiers belonging to the project/s you have selected. If you need to change your selection, just click on the appropriate Project name. If your list of projects is long, use the magnifying glass located on the top bar of the list of Projects to the right of Active Projects to search.
    2. Organize the view of the table based on your own criteria. By default the table is organized per Project and then per Model. To change the sorting criteria, just click on the orange triangles located at the right side of each column title found at the top. To select different criteria use the shift key and click on the sorting triangle following the order of your preference.
    3. Please note that the default view is limited to 25 lines per page. Should you need to add more lines in order to fit your entire search, modify the Show entries selection available on the top left hand side of the table.
    4. For a quick search enter the data (SN, Model, etc…) in the Search box located top right of the table, and then click enter. The screen will automatically show the results that match your search. You can search by any field.
    5. To edit the content of the location address, just click on the field. Once finish click ENTER to validate. Those fields showing “…” are empty fields. Double click to enter a value.
    6. If you do not want to manage a specific printer anymore, simply retire it by pressing on the RETIRE button. If a printer that was retired from a Project, is now installed in a different Project, the system will automatically detect it and add it to the new Project.
    7. If you want a report with the data of the screen, just click on Report. The system will create a CSV file that you can download and open it with Windows Excel or similar.
GLOSSARY
  • Ref. Code: this is the asset number or any other reference used by the customer to identify this printer or copier. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button; restricted to MPS provider).
  • Location: Complete address where the printer is located. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button).
  • IP Address: IP address of the device, as long as the printer is network connected.
  • Class: type of connection of the printer.
    • Net: the printer is network connected to a LAN.
    • NetLess: the device is not connected to a LAN. It is then being managed using the data provided from the user when he/she uses the buttons located in the Cloud of the printer to request service, supplies or to communicate the counters.
  • Last Update: date and time of the last transmission of data coming from the printer or copier.
  • Pending: different symbols indicate the pending aspects for each specific device:
    • Battery level: there are one or more alerts for cartridges. The Alert has been already dispatched for the delivery of the cartridge, but the cartridge has not been installed yet. Please note that this is a good sign as long as the printer does not stop due to lack of consumable. It means that the user is doing well by letting the cartridge get empty before it is replaced.
    • Email Field: the system can keep your customer posted every time a consummable alert is triggered. Use this field to enter the email communication of your customer. Should you not want to send any communications to your customers, simply leave it blank.
    • Screwdriver and wrench: the device has a technical alert currently opened.
  • Other terms: see generic glossary

 

Inventory app

Inventory app

SUMMARY
    List of printers and copiers that are currently being managed.
IN DETAIL
    • This page shows the list of printers and copiers that are being managed. You can also edit the location address.

 

    • The results are shown for the project/s selected from the List of

Active Projects

    .
USEFUL FOR
    This screen allows you to quickly identify those devices that are being managed for each project and their location. By clicking on any location detail you can edit the content. It is also the quickest access to the Cloud of the printer by just clicking on the Serial Number. You can use the Search button to quickly search a specific printer: enter the full serial number or just part of it in the Search field, then click enter; the list of printers will now just show those printers that match your criteria. Click on the appropriate Serial Number and the Cloud of this printer will open.
INSTRUCTIONS
    1. From the list of available projects, check what Project is selected. If Active Project is marked, then you have all your MPS projects selected. The system will show the corresponding data of the printers and copiers belonging to the project/s you have selected. If you need to change your selection, just click on the appropriate Project name. If your list of projects is long, use the magnifying glass located on the top bar of the list of Projects to the right of Active Projects to search.
    2. Organize the view of the table based on your own criteria. By default the table is organized per Project and then per Model. To change the sorting criteria, just click on the orange triangles located at the right side of each column title found at the top. To select different criteria use the shift key and click on the sorting triangle following the order of your preference.
    3. Please note that the default view is limited to 25 lines per page. Should you need to add more lines in order to fit your entire search, modify the Show entries selection available on the top left hand side of the table.
    4. For a quick search enter the data (SN, Model, etc…) in the Search box located top right of the table, and then click enter. The screen will automatically show the results that match your search. You can search by any field.
    5. To edit the content of the location address, just click on the field. Once finish click ENTER to validate. Those fields showing “…” are empty fields. Double click to enter a value.
    6. If you do not want to manage a specific printer anymore, simply retire it by pressing on the RETIRE button. If a printer that was retired from a Project, is now installed in a different Project, the system will automatically detect it and add it to the new Project.
    7. If you want a report with the data of the screen, just click on Report. The system will create a CSV file that you can download and open it with Windows Excel or similar.
GLOSSARY
  • Ref. Code: this is the asset number or any other reference used by the customer to identify this printer or copier. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button; restricted to MPS provider).
  • Location: Complete address where the printer is located. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button).
  • IP Address: IP address of the device, as long as the printer is network connected.
  • Class: type of connection of the printer.
    • Net: the printer is network connected to a LAN.
    • NetLess: the device is not connected to a LAN. It is then being managed using the data provided from the user when he/she uses the buttons located in the Cloud of the printer to request service, supplies or to communicate the counters.
  • Last Update: date and time of the last transmission of data coming from the printer or copier.
  • Pending: different symbols indicate the pending aspects for each specific device:
    • Battery level: there are one or more alerts for cartridges. The Alert has been already dispatched for the delivery of the cartridge, but the cartridge has not been installed yet. Please note that this is a good sign as long as the printer does not stop due to lack of consumable. It means that the user is doing well by letting the cartridge get empty before it is replaced.
    • Email Field: the system can keep your customer posted every time a consummable alert is triggered. Use this field to enter the email communication of your customer. Should you not want to send any communications to your customers, simply leave it blank.
    • Screwdriver and wrench: the device has a technical alert currently opened.
  • Other terms: see generic glossary

 

Inventory app

Inventory appInventory app

SUMMARY
    List of printers and copiers that are currently being managed.
IN DETAIL
    • This page shows the list of printers and copiers that are being managed. You can also edit the location address.

 

    • The results are shown for the project/s selected from the List of

Active Projects

    .
USEFUL FOR
    This screen allows you to quickly identify those devices that are being managed for each project and their location. By clicking on any location detail you can edit the content. It is also the quickest access to the Cloud of the printer by just clicking on the Serial Number. You can use the Search button to quickly search a specific printer: enter the full serial number or just part of it in the Search field, then click enter; the list of printers will now just show those printers that match your criteria. Click on the appropriate Serial Number and the Cloud of this printer will open.
INSTRUCTIONS
    1. From the list of available projects, check what Project is selected. If Active Project is marked, then you have all your MPS projects selected. The system will show the corresponding data of the printers and copiers belonging to the project/s you have selected. If you need to change your selection, just click on the appropriate Project name. If your list of projects is long, use the magnifying glass located on the top bar of the list of Projects to the right of Active Projects to search.
    2. Organize the view of the table based on your own criteria. By default the table is organized per Project and then per Model. To change the sorting criteria, just click on the orange triangles located at the right side of each column title found at the top. To select different criteria use the shift key and click on the sorting triangle following the order of your preference.
    3. Please note that the default view is limited to 25 lines per page. Should you need to add more lines in order to fit your entire search, modify the Show entries selection available on the top left hand side of the table.
    4. For a quick search enter the data (SN, Model, etc…) in the Search box located top right of the table, and then click enter. The screen will automatically show the results that match your search. You can search by any field.
    5. To edit the content of the location address, just click on the field. Once finish click ENTER to validate. Those fields showing “…” are empty fields. Double click to enter a value.
    6. If you do not want to manage a specific printer anymore, simply retire it by pressing on the RETIRE button. If a printer that was retired from a Project, is now installed in a different Project, the system will automatically detect it and add it to the new Project.
    7. If you want a report with the data of the screen, just click on Report. The system will create a CSV file that you can download and open it with Windows Excel or similar.
GLOSSARY
  • Ref. Code: this is the asset number or any other reference used by the customer to identify this printer or copier. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button; restricted to MPS provider).
  • Location: Complete address where the printer is located. This data is loaded by using the access to the engine (Full Details button).
  • IP Address: IP address of the device, as long as the printer is network connected.
  • Class: type of connection of the printer.
    • Net: the printer is network connected to a LAN.
    • NetLess: the device is not connected to a LAN. It is then being managed using the data provided from the user when he/she uses the buttons located in the Cloud of the printer to request service, supplies or to communicate the counters.
  • Last Update: date and time of the last transmission of data coming from the printer or copier.
  • Pending: different symbols indicate the pending aspects for each specific device:
    • Battery level: there are one or more alerts for cartridges. The Alert has been already dispatched for the delivery of the cartridge, but the cartridge has not been installed yet. Please note that this is a good sign as long as the printer does not stop due to lack of consumable. It means that the user is doing well by letting the cartridge get empty before it is replaced.
    • Email Field: the system can keep your customer posted every time a consummable alert is triggered. Use this field to enter the email communication of your customer. Should you not want to send any communications to your customers, simply leave it blank.
    • Screwdriver and wrench: the device has a technical alert currently opened.
  • Other terms: see generic glossary