Edit the object by clicking the three dots beside the object name and clicking Edit.
Click Delete and confirm deletion on the next screen.
Loss of data
Any data collected on this GPS device will be lost and cannot be retrieved if you delete the object.
You will still be billed the relevant rate for this device for the current month, however, the price change will take effect the following month. E.g. if you're being charged for 3 objects and you delete 1 in December, you will still be charged for 3 objects for your December invoice, but 2 for January.
Click the three dots beside an object name to access the object shortcuts.
Show history (last active)
This is a quick and easy way to view the object's history for when it was last active.
Show history (timeframe)
This is a shortcut to view the object's history for the specified timeframe.
This opens a small popup so you can live view the object while it's in motion, without losing your place on the map.
Check which assets are linked to this object, and if users are linked to those assets.
You can group your objects depending on your workflow, for example, if you have different business units, work zones or service areas, or work types. Another method of grouping could be depending on the type of tracking device, e.g. vehicles, equipment, or mobile devices.
If you have multiple GPS devices, creating object groups can be useful as you can show/hide the selected object groups on the map to make it easier to see who is where.
Other use cases
You might have a new fleet that you want to create as a group.
You might want to have one group for Field devices and one for Physical GPS devices.
You might want to create a group for each type of vehicle e.g. vans, trucks, SUVs.
Create object groups
The fastest way to add an object group is by clicking on three dots next to the Ungrouped group. In the Add group window, type a name for the new group and select the objects you want to include in the group.
Alternatively, if you want to set up multiple groups, follow the below instructions: