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Manual Chapter: BIG-IQ User Interface
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About the BIG-IQ system user interface

The BIG-IQ system interface is composed of panels. Each panel contains objects that correspond with a BIG-IQ system feature. Depending on the number of panels and the resolution of your screen, some panels are collapsed on either side of the screen. You can cursor over the collapsed panels to locate the one you want, and click the panel to open. To associate items from different panels, click on an object, and drag and drop it onto the object to which you want to associate it.

Filtering for associated objects

The BIG-IQ system helps you easily see an object's relationship to another object, even if the objects are in different panels.
  1. In a panel, click the object on which you want to filter. The selected object name displays in the Filter field, and the screen refreshes to display unassociated objects as unavailable.
  2. To further filter the objects displayed, you can type one additional object in the Filter field, and click the Apply button.
  3. To display only those objects associated with the object you selected, click the Apply button. The screen refreshes and the objects previously displayed in a gray font do not appear. Only objects associated with the object you click display, and the object you selected displays below the Filter field.
  4. To remove a filter, click the x icon next to the object that you want to remove, below the Filter field.

Customizing panel order

You can customize the BIG-IQ system interface by reordering the panels.
  1. Click the header of a panel and drag it to a new location, then release the mouse button. The panel displays in the new location.
  2. Repeat step 1 until you are satisfied with the order of the panels.
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