This simple tool allows you to save any view(s) that you have to revisit periodically. You can think of it as a shortcut, certainly a time saver. It can also be used to share a particular chart with other users associated with your Wattics account and/or users who might not be as proficient with the software. You might also want to choose the charts and analyses that you would like your clients to have access to. Another important use case is public displays.

In order to bookmark your favourite charts and build a customised dashboard, simply follow the steps below:

  1. Create the chart you would like to save (from your Breakdown Tab).

  2. Click on the Star icon located on the top left of the chart. See below:

3. Pick a name for your chart (a) and review its settings (which should reflect your Breakdown chart configuration (b)). You have the option to choose from a dynamic (rolling) and a static (fixed) behaviour (c). Select any users with whom you would like to share it with (d). See example below:

4. Once you click on Save, you will be redirected to your Favourite Charts. From here you can retrieve your public URL (icon on top left area). You can adjust the number of charts per row using the icons on the top right area. This will come in handy once you have multiple saved charts. The icons on the top right of each chart allow you to maximize, edit, delete and reposition this chart among the rest of your charts.

To visit your previously saved charts, all you have to do is to click on the Star icon in your dashboard menu.

The Favorite Charts are a simple yet versatile tool that can serve many purposes including:

  • Continuous performance monitoring

  • Continuous tracking of normalized (CDD/HDD, production, GFA) resource (electricity, gas, water, etc) usage

  • Benchmarking against industry standards or other facilities

  • Identification of easy wins (i.e. low-hanging fruits)

  • Public displays on buildings and facilities

For further support and clarifications, please don’t hesitate to contact our support team:

If you are not currently subscribed to the Wattics platform and want to schedule a demo of this tool, please, request a demo below:

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