After having created an account and logged in, you will be redirected to your Dashboard page.
You will notice three links in the top header:
- Dashboard. This is where you are, and where you can find your private and public projects. Scroll down for more details.
- Inspiration. Where public projects from the community are listed.
- Community. Where you can find the public profiles of Wisebatt users.
On the right end of the header, you can find a burger button with three options.
- Public Profile. Allows you to access and edit your public profile.
- Settings. Where you can change all your information, settings, manage ownership transfers and your plan.
- Logout. To log out of Wisebatt.
Start a new project
On the dashboard page, next to your name, the button "Start New Project" allows you to create a new project. Learn how here.
Below your name, you will find
- The most recent projects developed by the community.
- Your projects, meaning the projects that you own, or the projects for which you are a contributor or a reviewer.
Search between your projects
You can use the search toolbar next to “Your Projects” using keywords and components names. Enter the keywords that you want to search and then click on “Find Projects” or press "Enter" on your keyboard.
You can group keywords together using the symbol “”. If you search the words “Connected” “Sensor”, all the projects that have the words “Connected” and / or “Sensor” will appear. If you search “Connected Sensor”, only the projects named “Connected Sensor” will appear.
Project Box Details
Let’s take a look at a project displayed in “Your Projects”. Here, the project named "Sens'it V3".
On the top of the box, you will find:
- An icon.
- The name of the project's owner.
- The project settings icon.
Following that, you will have the name of the project, its tags and its description.
At the bottom is displayed:
- The status of the project. If it's public, it uses the grey symbol with a group of people. If it's private, it uses the green symbol with a key.
- The estimation results of the project, meaning how long your device will last.