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Navigating GravityZone

Table data

Tables are frequently used throughout the console to organize data into an easy-to-use format.


Navigating through Pages

Tables with more than 20 entries span on several pages. By default, only 20 entries are displayed per page.

To move through the pages, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the table. You can change the number of entries displayed on a page by selecting a different option from the menu next to the navigation buttons.

Searching for Specific Entries

To easily find specific entries, use the search boxes available below the column headers.

Enter the search term in the corresponding field. Matching items are displayed in the table as you type. To reset the table contents, clear the search fields.

Sorting Data

To sort data by a specific column, click the column header. Click the column header again to revert the sorting order.

Refreshing Table Data

To make sure the console displays the latest information, click the refresh.png Refresh button at the upper side of the table. This may be needed when you spend more time on the page.

Action toolbars

In Control Center, action toolbars allow you to perform specific operations pertaining to the section you are in.

Each toolbar consists of a set of icons that is usually placed at the upper side of the table.

For example, the action toolbar in the Reports section allows you to perform the following actions:

  • add.png Create a new report.

  • download.png Download a scheduled report.

  • delete.png Delete a scheduled report.


Contextual menu

The action toolbar commands are also accessible from the contextual menu. Right-click the Control Center section you are currently using and select the command that you need from the available list.


Company selector

The company selector is a customizable column and filter for partner companies. By default, you see the company that you are logged into. You can see events for all the companies you manage individually or All directly managed companies, one level under yours.