|Analyze costs by navigating to different levels of the dashboard.|
The dashboard has many levels of analysis, from the big picture to the tiniest of details.
Navigate the dashboard by level
Analysis by level
- The first level, level 1 is the biggest picture consolidating the maximum information in a given scope. The dashboard breaks down the costs into two main product groups- subscription and usage. Both product groups are composed of product subgroups (voice subscriptions, voice usage, data subscriptions, data usage). The products are of course classified into segments mobile, data, or landline.
You need to click into a product subgroup that interests you to get further details.
- Level 1b of the dashboard refers to level 1 filtered by by segment. For example your level 1 is Usage, which is filtered by mobile segment. Mobile segment is therefore your level 1b.
- Level 2 shows an analysis of a given product subgroup by clicking on it when you are in Level 1 of the dashboard. In this example, you click on "International Roaming" when you are in level 1 of the dashboard. The resulting window is level 2, which gives you details the details of "International Roaming".
- Level 3 reveals all products found in the chosen level 2 subgroup.
- Level 4 of the dashboard pertains to the phone lines that belong to the products that you just saw in level 3.
Navigate by horizontal scroll
Navigation in the dashboard is done through horizontal scrolling in all the levels available to the user.
In the dashboard, while many windows are open, and when we glide the mouse in the bottom of the screen, you can easily switch between windows by dragging the ruler-like viewer left or right.
Navigate using the breadcrumb
On top of horizontal scrolling, you can definitely use the breadcrumbs on upper left side of the screen to switch from one view to another.
You can click on "x" to close one of the levels. When we "x" a level, all its sublevels disappear with it.