User Page | Website Update
We are working on making your user page the central hub for all the information regarding your work with PhotosynQ.
We have found that one of the most useful features for any PhotosynQ project is the Dashboard, which allows you to quickly view important project results on one page.
We are currently using the same approach to allow users to have a personal dashboard that makes all of their PhotosynQ information (e.g. projects, protocols, macro’s etc) available in one place.
If you haven’t visited your user page recently, you should try it now, we think you’ll be pleasantly surprised! To get there, click on your name in the top right hand corner of the PhotosynQ webpage, this leads to your user page.
Over the past couple of months we have made a number of changes to this page that should really help you navigate through your PhotosynQ projects and collaborations.
This change has been around for a while, but if you haven’t been checking in you may have missed it. We have now added your most recent projects, collaborations and comments to your user homepage. This should help you navigate quickly to your most active projects, instead of always going through the PhotosynQ search bar.
The side menu now contains a link to the instrument page (see below), your invitations, and the last two updates posted on PhotosynQ.
About – Contributions
We replaced the bar chart showing your contributions over the past year and doughnut chart with a calendar histogram. This view will provide more details about when and how many contributions you made over the last year.
Protocols & Macros
Do you make any of your own protocols and macros? If you do, now you can see all of your protocols and macros, sorted alphabetically and by their category, right from your user page.
Now you can see all the instruments you have used in the past. It will show some basic information, based on the last measurement, including the firmware version, the total number of contributions (you and others, if you borrowed/lent the instrument) and the last time the instrument was seen (based on the latest submitted measurement).