1.2 Your WorkPlace & Floorplans

Note: If you don't see a WorkPlace when logging in, contact your administrator. You may not yet be assigned to the Workplace.

To open a WorkPlace, simply click its name in the list of available WorkPlaces from the home page. This will open your WorkPlace Dashboard which includes tabs for FloorPlans, Hubs, WorkPoints, and WorkPlace Analytics. We'll start by opening a FloorPlan.

A WorkPlace is created by a CoWorkr admin. They add floorplans, assign devices, and set up the analytics. For support document access involving the setup and maintenance of WorkPlaces, please contact info@coworkr.co or your representative.

To get started exploring a WorkPlace, try clicking on the FloorPlan icon. This will open the FloorPlan and load its default Live View.

Live View

Your FloorPlan will launch into its Live view.

Note: The Live Floor Plan uses on-the-fly calculations to determine if a seat is active. This may be slightly different than your processed data represented in your analytics. Processed data may use long-term analysis, unavailable in the short-term, to determine values.

In this view, Blue Icons represent Seats that are currently active. 

Light Blue Seats have been recently active, for example when someone has recently walked away.

White Seats have no recent activity.

Red Seats are not currently connected.

Launching the FloorPlan will load the Live View


Rewind View

The second view is called Rewind. This allows you to choose a historical date and time of the Live view.  This view will display the same color-coded icons as Live View.

Drag the time slider to adjust

Activity Map View

The third FloorPlan view is called the Activity Map. This allows you to see Activity data overlaid on your FloorPlan. Choose a date and time range in the filterThe Activity Map view uses a color gradient to show the average activity (%) per seat on your floor plan. Hover over an Icon to view its value.

Note: The Activity Map legend includes a selection for your Activity Interval. If you're unfamiliar with this, scroll down to its section below to read about how it works.

Use the Gradient legend to see the color gradation as it corresponds to percent active.

Keenan May