Editing and Adding Floorplans

CONTROL enables you to have full control over your site. This includes being able to add and edit floor plans. In order to make these changes, however, you must have the role of Manager Admin.

Adding a New Floorplan

One or multiple floorplans can be used to represent a single site. The floorplan page provides you with visibility into where you are testing, where you are not and the types of test results you are getting. Since some sites are quite large or contain thousands of test points, it might be easier or make more sense to split that site into multiple floorplans.

Please use the following steps:

  1. Log into Corvium CONTROLNote:  You must have 'Administration Access' in order to create or modify users.
  2. Click your name in the upper right corner and select 'Settings'. 
  3. Click the 'Sites' button on the left side of the Settings page.
  4. Select the site you want to add the floorplan to.
  5. Select the "+ Create floorplan" button.
  6. Enter the name of the new floorplan.
  7. Upload the image of the floorplan. Note: You can use any image file when uploading your floorplan such as a PDF, JPEG, PNG, etc. 
  8. Press "Save".

 

Editing Floorplans

If you want to update the name or change the image being used for the floorplan you can do this in the settings menu similarly to the steps above for creating a new floorplan. To edit any existing floorplans please use the following steps:

  1. Log into Corvium CONTROLNote:  You must have 'Administration Access' in order to create or modify users.
  2. Click your name in the upper right corner and select 'Settings'. 
  3. Click the 'Sites' button on the left side of the Settings page.
  4. Select the site containing the floorplan you want to edit.
  5. Select the pencil tool or double-click the floorplan you want to edit.
  6. Change the name and/or upload the new floorplan to replace the current configurations. 
  7. Press "Save".

Note: Test points are layered on a grid on top of the floorplan, keeping their relative location to each other fixed even if the image of the floorplan beneath them is changed. If you want to keep all test points in fixed locations on the floorplan in relation to a new floorplan image please make sure that the new floorplan image has the same dimensions as the current one. 

 

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