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Using the Application Experience UI

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Using the Application Experience UI

The
Application Experience
User Interface (UI) displays detailed information about performance issues that may be impacting a user’s applications. It also offers recommendations for resolving the underlying performance issues.
Users can open this application window by clicking on an associated notification or directly to see the status of their device, and WiFi or internet connection.
When the users open the
Application Experience
UI by clicking on the notification, it displays information that is specific to their notification. When they open it directly, it will display the current state of your Device, WiFi, and Internet connectivity.
The notifications get categorized by their source.
Device
  • CPU usage notifications
  • Memory usage notifications
WiFi
  • Poor WiFi quality
  • Disconnected WiFi
  • WiFi Network Switching
Internet
  • Disconnected internet
Click
Device
,
WiFi
, or
Internet
in the left panel to display the current performance of that segment.
Clicking
Learn More
will open a time series chart with historical information about the performance of the selected segment for the last 3 hours.
The time series chart under
Learn More
shows the following:
  • The slider bar placed at the right end of the chart is set by default to the current time. To move the slider bar, click on the timestamp you want to examine. Depending on where you mouse over and click in the chart, you can view the status and recommendation that was indicated at that specific time. Click anywhere within the
    Learn More
    section to bring the sider to the current status (at the end of the chart).
  • The trend lines in the chart may display one or more red dots, which indicate that a notification was sent to
    the user
    at that moment in time where the dot appears.
  • For
    Device
    notifications, you can filter the CPU and memory data by selecting only the check box(es) for the data that you wish to display.
  • You can visually identify the areas where there is a problem. The
    Device
    ,
    WiFi
    and
    Internet
    buttons in the left pane include a colored dot to indicate the health of each segment. A green dot indicates that the health of the segment is good or excellent. A yellow dot indicates that the quality of WiFi signal strength is fair. A red dot include a colored dot to indicate the health of each segment.

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