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SiteHive Attended App

🚀 App purpose 

The SiteHive Attended App serves as a tool for capturing data during in-person field work. It seamlessly integrates with all unattended data, ensuring a comprehensive record of all site data within SiteHive.

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Navigate the app

To begin, simply click on the Attended tab in the top navigation menu of SiteHive. You will be presented with a map displaying all Attended locations categorised by Aspect. From there, you can explore the following options:

This image is of the 'Attended' tab that has been selected on the SiteHive Enviro Dashboard. On the second menubar 'Attended Monitoring' has been selected. It shows a list of the site's 'Attended Locations' and next to that there is a map that pinpoints those locations. Underneath the list and map there is an 'Add Attended Measurement button' and a 'Download CSV' button.

Add attended measurement

After clicking add attended measurement, you will be taken to this page ➡️ Attended > Add Attended Measurement. 

From here you will select the attended measurement e.g. Dust.

This image shows the window that pops up when you click the 'Add Attended Measurement' button. This page shows the attended measurements you can select: Noise, Surface Water Quality, Dust, Odour and Site Observation. In the image dust has been highlighted as an example.

This will take you directly to a form allowing you to manually enter the data from this measurement.This shows the Dust Measurement section in attended monitoring. In the image it has reason for monitoring: general monitoring or community complaint, date with calendar selector, start time and measurement duration. A text field to write who this was assessed by and a location dropdown.

Add additional details with notes

We have a dedicated section called "Notes" that offers customisation options directly from the main dashboard under settings.

This image shows the menubar that appears when you click the 'Attended' tab in the top menubar of SiteHive Enviro. The menubar pictured has attended monitoring, site observations, lab results and settings. In the image 'settings' has been highlighted.

This feature allows you to include additional details that may not be captured in the original form. By editing the Notes section in settings, you can specify the text that will automatically appear each time in the notes field. This eliminates the need for manual entry on every occasion.

This image is of the noise measurement settings page. There is a noise customised notes section where you can add customised text in an open text field.

For instance, when measuring noise levels, you may want to include information about the terrain type and the distance from site activities. By editing these details in settings, they will be automatically populated in your form every time, saving you time and ensuring consistency.

This image is of the notes open text field. There is example text - Terrain Type:, Distance from site activities:, Custom field 1:.

Upload files

In the notes section, you can easily add files or images to the Attended monitoring points. This handy feature lets you have visual evidence alongside your data.

This image is of the 'upload files' section underneath the notes open text field. There is a title 'Upload Files' and an 'add file or image' button.

Generating a PDF

In Attended Monitoring, you also have the option to generate a customised PDF of your data. 
This can be tailored based on the aspect and date range you choose, as shown below:

This is an image of the PDF reports page. There is a section for the report title, a dropdown to select aspect and a calendar picker to select date range. Below in the bottom left corner is a 'close' button and on the bottom right a 'generate PDF' button.

Visualise your data with graphs

We also provide a graph feature, visible in the map below, that presents Attended Monitoring results in a clear and concise graph format. This feature enables easy comparison of trends over time and across different locations, allowing you to gain valuable insights. You can conveniently filter locations and compare parameters on the graphs.

The table displays the complete range of attended measurements, including lab results for water. It provides key details for each measurement, allowing for easy reference and analysis. 
Additionally, any personally added attachments are conveniently accessible within the table, ensuring quick access to supporting documents or files.

This image is of the attended monitoring graph page. There is a select locations dropdown where you can select multiple and two select paramater drop downs. Shown is pH and DO (mg/L).

Install the SiteHive Attended App using Safari


Open Safari and login to SiteHive. Navigate to the Attended monitoring page and click the Share icon (middle icon that is a square with an arrow pointing out) on the tool bar, as seen below:

This is an image of the 'share icon' on the toolbar of an iPhone using Safari.

Scroll down and press 'Add to Home Screen'. (Click the plus button [ + ] )

This image is of the 'Add to Home Screen' button on Safari on an iPhone. 

The SiteHive home shortcut will add to your phone - making it easier to access Attended Monitoring.

This image is of an iPhone home screen with the SiteHive app tile.

Install the SiteHive Attended App using Google Chrome


This is how to use the SiteHive attended app if Safari is not available on your phone. 
❗Google Chrome must be installed before and SiteHive login details saved in the browser.

On your device, search for Shortcuts and open the application.

This image is of the search bar on an iPhone where 'shortcuts' has been typed and the 'shortcuts' button is above under 'Top Hit.'

 Once the app is open, click the plus ( [+] ) button to use the search bar and type 'Open URL in chrome'. 
 Click the link 'Open URLs in Chrome'. 

This image is of the shortcuts page on an iPhone. The '+' button is highlighted. To the right of the image is what it looks like when you click the '+' button. Open URL in Chrome has been typed.

Next, open Google Chrome and copy the link for the Attended monitoring page and paste it in the URL section in shortcuts. 
Rename the link and then add it to your Home Screen.

This image is 4 images combined. From left to right the 'open URLs in Chrome' page has been opened and 'Rename' and 'Add to Home screen' has been highlighted. Next is the SiteHive attended monitoring page pasted in the URL section and it has been renamed 'SiteHive.' Next is the 'Add' button highlighted and last is an image of an iPhone homescreen with the SiteHive app.