Filtering Assets to Find What You Need

Instructions on how to use filters and saved presets on the Map page of T3 Fleet web app.

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Written by Breanne Cassidy
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Using asset filters in the T3 Fleet web app provides a quick way to narrow down what you see in the asset list and the map.

  • Your filtered selections will auto-save so you'll see the same data narrowed down for the next time you log in. Or you can save as a preset and use again.

  • You can customize and interact with the filters to find what you need.

  • Quick options allow you to reset and start again.

  • Select All or Deselect All for Asset Type, Asset Status, and Asset Health filters

Using the Interactive Asset Filters

  • To get started, select the All Filters button in the top right of T3's Fleet Map page.

  • Expand each section to see the options available. The options will display based on the assets in your T3 platform.

  • To filter the data, select the checkbox next to the option. Once selected, the total asset count box will turn pink, indicating it is included in the filter.

  • Within each section, you can Deselect All which will clear the options selected and allow you to start over.

  • Hover over an option to see Only appear, which will filter that option only and de-select the others within that section.

  • At the very bottom of the filter panel, select Reset to clear the filters.

  • Select Close to exit the panel or select the X at the top right corner.

Filter Types

  • Asset Type allows for filtering by the asset types in your T3 platform. This may include:

    • Equipment, Vehicle, Trailer, Small Tool, Bucket, and Attachment

  • Asset Status allows for filtering assets by their current status. This may include:

    • Driving: A vehicle that is on and driving more than >0 MPH.

    • Idling: The asset's ignition is on and speed is 0.

    • Is being hauled: The asset is off and being hauled by another asset.

    • No tracker: The asset is not being tracked due to no tracking device.

    • Off: The asset's ignition is off.

    • Running: Equipment that is on and driving more than >0 MPH.

    • Unknown: Any status outside of the statuses listed here.

  • Asset Health allows for filtering assets that are being serviced or may require service.

    • Hard Down: Inoperable assets that are being serviced in the T3 Work Orders system.

    • Passed: Assets that have passed their inspection as reflected in the T3 Work Orders systems.

    • Soft Down: Assets that are still operable but require some service & maintenance as reflected in the T3 Work Orders system.

  • Asset Locations allow for filtering based on the asset's assigned branch. For more information, see Creating a Branch and Updating Asset Details.

  • Groups allow for filtering based on the asset's assigned group. For more information, see Assigning Assets to a Group.

  • Rental Vendor allows for filtering based on third-party rentals or EquipmentShare rentals.

  • Asset Color allows for filtering based on the assigned color of the asset. For more information, see Updating an Asset's Color.

  • Geofences allow for filtering based on assets within a geofence.

  • Asset Ownership allows for filtering your owned assets or rentals.

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