Adding or editing a floor plan

You can add as many floor plans to your location as you want.

For example, if your location has three floors, you can add three floor plans called First Floor, Second Floor and Third Floor to define the layout of each of them.

  You can ask Monika how to add a floor plan.

To add a floor plan

  1. If the side menu is not visible, click

  2. In the side menu, click Inventory, then click Floor Plans.

  3. Click Add new floor plan.

  4. In the Name box, type a name for your floor plan.

  5. In the Background image section, click Upload image and navigate to a drawing of the location you want to upload. Try to keep images under 4000px in height or width for faster processing.

  6. Select a scale for the image, 20% is a good default value for most images but, if you upload a very large image or a very small image, you may need to tweak this value to get the best results.

  7. Click Save.

new_floor_plan.pngAdding a new floor plan

  You can ask Monika how to edit a floor plan

To edit a floor plan

  1. If the side menu is not visible, click

  2. In the side menu, click Inventory, then click Floor Plans.

  3. In the drop-down box, select a floor plan.

  4. Below the image of the plan, click Edit.

  5. If required, change the name, background image or background scale.

  6. Click Save changes.

edit_floor_plan.pngEditing a floor plan  

Floor Plan Settings

Field

Description

Name

A unique and descriptive name for this floor plan. This could be something like "Chester House - 1st Floor" or "North Wing".

Location

The location where this floor is.

Background Image

You can use PNG or JPG files to upload a background image with the partitions within this floor.

Scale

Lets you adjust how large or small the image is displayed in the floor plan is in relation to the size of the items placed on it. A value of 20% usually works for most files.

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