The app dashboard screen on the mobile app provides an easy access to the different features of the app. These features are shown as cards and tapping on a card will take you to that particular feature / screen. The dasbboard cards on the app will vary for each organization and is controlled by your Administrator. This page details the various types of dashboard cards that can be shown on the dashboard screen.
Types of Dashboard Cards
The app can be configured with various dashboard cards by the platform administrator. The cards that you see will vary based on your company’s setup. Each card can be mapped to different actions that will navigate you to different screens within the app.
These following are the different types of dashboard cards:
Background Image: This card is configured with a background image and test overlaying it. Sample image below:
Benefit Limit Card: This card will show your benefits, if it is enabled and provided by your company. Sample image of the card below:
Carousel: This card shows upto 5 thumbnail cards that are mapped to a specific action on the app. These cards will be listed horizontally and will be a scrollable list. Sample images of the card below:
Carousel Large: This card shows upto 5 thumbnail cards that are mapped to a specific action on the app. The first card will be larger card and displayed above the smaller scrollable cards. These cards will be listed horizontally and will be scrollable list. Sample image of the card below:
Gradient: The Gradient card is configured with a combination of 2 colors.
Outline: This card style only has an outline to the card and will not a have any color or image at the background.
Passport: The Passport card is used to display a members COVID status.
Solid: This card style has a single background color with text.
Standard - Large: This card is a large card style that also has a button on it.
Standard - Medium: This card is similar to the Standard Large card style but a smaller size.
Test History: This card will direct you to the Test History screen.
Transparent: The transparent card has no outline and background color.
Refreshing the Dashboard Screen
You can refresh the dashboard screen to get the latest status displayed on top of the screen. To refresh the screen, swipe down from the top of the app screen and then release. The latest status message, if any, will be displayed on the screen. Below is a sample screenshot demonstrating the process to refresh the screen.
The dashboard footer can be configured by your administrator to display additional shortcuts. Below is sample screenshot.