Gauge's recent enhancements to Smart Hub mobile are making it easier for users to perform some common tasks while in the field. Although the mobile site provides convenience in the field, it was intentionally designed to not include all Smart Hub functionality and is not meant to replace the desktop version.
"These mobile site enhancements improve performance and offer more functionality," said Noah Miller, junior web developer. "In addition to locating assets and performing inventories, you may now conduct additional maintenance work order functions."
Besides adding new functions around work orders, other functions now work more effectively, giving users a better experience. Additions and improvements include: providing the last known location of an asset, taking inventory of existing assets/inventory items, creating new inventory items and displaying list of inventory items.
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