The user menu is divided into two columns. The left column contains access to useful functionality related to your organization, while the right column contains information more specific to you as a user.
Left-hand user menu column:
- Organization: Click on either your organization name or the Organizations link to navigate to a table that manages all your accessible organizations.
- Users: Click on the Users link to view a table of all the users within your accessible organizations. If you are a manager, use this table to add or manage existing users' authorizations.
- Help: Click this link to view the user guide as an online document.
- Download Help: Select this link to download a copy of the user guide as a PDF file.
- Report an Issue: TransAM includes a feature that lets you report issues you encounter while using the software. Choose Report an Issue from the User Menu in the Banner to let us know if you encounter a problem while using TransAM.
- Activity Log: The Activity Log summarizes recent TransAM activity for Managers and System Administrators. TransAM is configured to log when policies are applied, when the SOGR builder is run, and when system audits are performed.
Right-hand user menu column:
- User Settings: Displays the name of the user. Select this option view and manage your personal profile.
- My Tasks: Select this link to navigate to your Task inbox.
- My Messages: Select this link to navigate to your Msssages inbox.
- My saved queries: Select this link to navigate to a table of your saved queries. From this screen you can both manage and execute your queries as well as generate new asset queries.
- Logout: Logout of the system.
If you are a transit manager, State manager, or administrator, you might have additional options in the Left-hand user menu column:
- Activity Log: Provides a list of key actions performed by users or the system.
- Notices: Create, delete, and manage notices to be displayed on user dashboards.
- Online Users: A summary of active user sessions.
- Audits: Manage the preferences for system audits. Additional detail on this functionality is described in the Admin Functionality -> Audit Management section of the user guide.
- Admin Interface: A special interface for administrators. This interface manages drop-down configurations and other "back-end" functionality. Users should not change these settings without knowledge of all potential system impacts.