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Groups and Stations

Creating a Group

  1. Navigate to Stations, then click Groups.
  2. Click Create Group.
  3. Enter information to create the new group.
    • Name—The name of the group.
    • Description—A brief description of the group.
    • Create In—Shows the parent group or root if no parent.
    • Contents—Choose whether the group will contain groups or stations.
    • Advanced—Change the way stations in the group are tracked.
  4. Click Save.


If a newly created group should contain other groups, a new page will load displaying the Group Details, allowing the creation of subgroups.


If a newly created group should contain stations, a new page will load allowing the creation of stations.

Group Details

The Group Details page displays the following information about the group:

  • ID—The group ID.
  • Name—The name of the group.
  • Description—The group description.
  • Belongs To—The parent group.
  • Tracking Type—This shows whether the group is tracked in Default mode or Inactivity mode.
  • Station Count—This is the number of stations in the group.
  • Assigned Schedule—This is the schedule that is applied to the group.
  • Tags—These are the tags applied to the group.
  • Links to view station pages and chart pages can also be found on the Group Details page, along with the following options:
  • Edit Group—Edit the name, description or delete the group.
  • Add Stations—If the group contains stations, the Add Stations option will be present. This will load the Add Stations page.
  • Move Group—Move the group to a new group or to the root folder.
  • Manage Hostname Definitions—View, edit or delete current hostname definitions.
  • View Stations in this Group—Return to the group’s stations list.


Clicking the Charts tab from within a group will display a pie chart for the Current Utilization of the group, showing the group’s utilization over the past 24 hours, and the most used stations and applications over the past 24 hours with their utilization percentages.

Updated on September 26, 2018

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