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To log in, navigate to card.wvnet.edu in your browser.
Use your active directory (LDAP) credentials to authenticate. The LDAP prefix (wvn\) and LDAP suffix (@wvn.wvnet.edu) are not needed for the user name.
After logging in, the home page is shown. This is the default home page, called “Main”, that will display after logging in. To change the default, please see the Settings section for more information. Clicking the logo/brand on the top left in the menu bar (“Demo Site” in this image example) will navigate back to your selected home page.
Status changes happen dynamically. In most cases, information is updated without needing to refresh the page. When the status changes for a user, their card will change color, and an animation will play on the border of the card.
To view more information for an employee, simply click on their card.
Below are examples when viewing a card. What is visible depends on user permissions as well as viewing your own card versus that of someone else.
In this modal, additional information for the user can be viewed. On the left, a larger version of the user image is displayed. Clicking this image will open in a new tab the original, full-size image. Beneath a larger version of their image are Email and SMS buttons. The email button is a “mailto” link that will open your default email client. The SMS button is only visible to those in the SMS Admins group. For more, see the section “Sending a Single Message”.
On the right hand side, information about the user’s most recent activity is listed, as well as their title and cell phone number. Please note that the time displayed is only visible for those in the “Presence Time” group.
At the bottom of the modal, there are options to change their status. These buttons are only available when viewing your own card, or for those in the “Presence Toggle” group and viewing the card for another. Note that the “In” status is not available when viewing your own card, regardless of permissions. Also note that the “In” status in this example is deactivated. This is so the same status cannot be set twice in a row.
At the top of any page after logging in, the following options are available:
Below are examples of what each type of home page looks like. To change your default home page, please see the Settings section.
The following are the options available when viewing any home page.
Messages are received via email and SMS. These messages have a URL to click to confirm receiving the message. For emails, this is the “Respond” button. For SMS texts, this is a text link.
Changing one’s status can be done in one of multiple ways: physical card swipes at the WVNET building, via Slack, or on the site dashboard.
One feature to note across all options: One cannot set themselves to “In” unless they either swipe their card at the office, or ask an employee with the ability to set their status for them.
When a user swipes their card, an email is sent from WVU to WVNET. These emails trigger a script on the site to parse the body of the email, in order to update who, what, and where the action took place.
Once set up in Slack, users can use the “/card” command (without quotes) to access certain features from the site. Status returns the most recent update to the linked account, complete with date, time, status, and location. Meanwhile, out, remote, and conference update your current status. If successful, a confirmation message will be returned.
Note that one cannot set themselves to the same status twice in a row.
On the site itself, there are two options to change your status. The first is found in the menu bar, under the “Status” option.
Note that if your status is already set to one of the three options, it will be deactivated and cannot be clicked.
The other method to change your status is to click on your own card, and then click the desired status option. Again, note that the current status is deactivated and cannot be selected as an option.
See the main PWA section for more information on status changes via shortcuts.
After logging in at oz5.wvnet.edu, WVNET employees have an additional option at the top of the home page. To change status, simply select an option from the dropdown. The page will refresh with the updated status.
Clicking the information, or “I” icon in the menu bar will bring up a modal with additional contact information for WVNET.
Clicking the gear icon on the menu bar will bring up user settings. These settings allow users to customize aspects of the site to their personal preference.
Help can always be found by clicking the question mark icon on the menu bar. Clicking it will bring up a modal with relevant information for the current page.
Clicking the “Leave Feedback” button in the help modal will redirect to a form to enter feedback.
After submitting by pressing the “Send Message” button, the feedback is saved, and an email is sent to site administrators notifying them of the new message.
A progressive web app allows for native app-like features on desktop and mobile devices, including offline support, notifications, shortcuts, and more.
After logging into the PSTachio site, a prompt like this may appear in your browser.
Alternatively, your browser may have an icon indicating PWA support.
After installation, the app is listed alongside other apps in the start menu or app drawer. It can be pinned to the dock or menu bar for quick access.
Currently, the PWA has two shortcuts implemented, each for quickly changing your current status on the site.
When logging into production, please ensure that the Recaptcha icon is displayed on the bottom right of the page.
Otherwise, when logging in, you will be redirected back to the login page with a validation error.
Access to the site requires being on the WVNET network. This means either being connected in the building via ethernet or staff wifi, or remotely via the WVNET VPN connection.
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