The first thing that you will see, when you open your platform, is the main menu. Within the menu there are several pages that you should feel comfortable with. We will discuss these pages in this article.
The Feed ensures that your comments and responses, those of your colleagues or people outside the organisation, are placed underneath each other in a well-arranged manner and sorted by date. That way you always stay informed of the latest developments within your greenhouse or on land. Read this article if you would like to know how to place a comment.
The next page is the Sensors page. View all your sensors and their settings, add a new sensor or tag and start/pauze them.
Sensors shared with me
This page from the platform is dedicated for the sensors that are shared with you without being a user in that organisation where the sensor is active. Read the following article if you want to learn more about sharing sensors with users outside of your organisation: How to share sensors
At Explore you can analyse the data that you have collected with your sensors. By using various options, you are able to find exactly what you are looking for and create an export. Read this article to learn how to explore your data.
With the platform it is possible to set notifications per sensor to make sure that you are growing in the perfect climate conditions. These notifications can be received by mail or text. At the sensor notifications page, you can set the notifications as you prefer. The following article could interest you, if you would like to learn how to set your notifications: How to set and display sensor notifications.
There are several export buttons processed in 30MHz, the Export page is completely focused on exporting the correct data. Read this article if you want to learn about how to export your data.
With Manual input, we make it possible to bring data collected the low-tech way straight into the 30MHz platform, and interact with that data alongside crop-level data, or data from a climate control system. And, as with all other data in 30MHz, users can share, compare and collaborate with colleagues. Want to start using manual input? This article can help you getting started: How to add your manual input in the platform.
The last page of the main menu is Account settings. Here you can find and change the settings of your personal account and your organisation, the billing and API settings for the developers that are using the platform.