The barcodes section gives you access to all trolley and pack data captured by your curing team.
- A table output of all raw data which can be downloaded to excel
- The ability to view details of any barcode in the table
- The ability to manually enter a barcode number to view the details of any barcode
- The ability to scan a barcode with your mobile phone to view the details of any barcode
On your laptop, the table will be large and show every field captured.
You can use the scroll bar at the bottom of the page to scroll left and right to view fields that are hidden from view.
You can click the three dots next to each record and then click the View option to go to the barcode details page.
On your mobile phone, to save space, only the barcode number and updated by fields are shown.
To see more details of a barcode, click the arrow to the left of the record. You can then click the View button to go to the barcode details page.
There are three ways to capture a barcode to view details for it.
Click the Enter button at the top of the barcodes page, then manually enter the barcode number, you can add the leading zeros or not.
Click the Enter button at the top of the barcodes page, then scan the barcode with your external USB or Wireless barcode scanner.
Click the Scan button at the top of the barcodes page on your mobile phone, then point your phone camera at the barcode. You may need to wait for your phone camera to focus before the barcode is captured.
The barcode details page shows you all the information captured on a barcode.
This page is shown when you:
The fields stored on each barcode are configurable in realtime, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can very quickly change fields for you.
If the fields are empty, then this barcode does not have any data stored on it yet.
Click the edit icon at the bottom of the page to edit all fields.
You can click the drop down next to date fields to select a date instead of having to type the date in
Some fields only let you select from preconfigured items, click the field to see the list of options.
Once you are happy with the data you have entered, click the Save button
Your data is now saved to the barcode. Check the top of your screen, if you are offline, then the data will only be visible to others once you go online again.
Your name and the time you made the change will be saved with the barcode and shown above the data.
Gnarus keeps the full history of all changes made to the data for each barcode, you can use the left and right arrow buttons to go back in time to see previous changes to the data and who made them.
If you made a mistake, you can go back to a previous good version of the data, then click the edit button. You will start from the previous version of the data.
If you have entered a Load Date and Tunnel in your data, then one or more charts will be shown below the data which show the temperatures in the selected tunnel since the Load Date.
If you have also entered an Unload Date, then the chart will only show temperatures between the Load Date and Unload Date.
This chart data will be saved with the bar code permanently, so at any point in the future you will be able to view the temperature information for this barcode.
To go back to the list of barcodes, click the Back button at the top of the page.
Once you have unloaded your trolley from the tunnel, you will want to copy the data from the barcode to a slat pack or some other storage unit.
To do so:
Ensure your page has the following code pasted near the bottom, before the closing 'body' tag.
Copy this code and place it where you want the help icon to appear in your page.
Your help link will appear as the icon below. Click it to verify how the help content will look.
Place a QR code on your product or machinery to let a user easily retrieve the user guide documentation for it.
Right-click and 'copy'