An additional module has been added to the Systems Health Dashboard for Drive-thru Analytics. Savi employee will be able to see:
Devices marked as being “Unhealthy”
Uptime % (Percentage of events over the last 48 hours that are considered acceptable)
Complete % (Percentage of events that have both and enter and exit in the last 48 hours)
Accurate % (Percentage of events that have have an enter & exits, and have dwell times greater than 3 seconds)
Valid dwells % (Percentage of event that have dwells greater than 3 seconds)
Data last received at
Please note that for the external release, we softened the criteria and only show unhealthy locations if we aren’t receiving data at all or more than 40% of dwells are incomplete.
Toast Transaction ID Updated
Users that had a Toast POS integration were unable to search by “Order Number” which was the value to users use to search for transactions in admin.
We’ve updated the “Transaction ID” filter so that they can now use the order number, which is also shown on the receipts as “Display ID.
We can now hard-custom styling (white labeling) for different brands and partners. This currently needs to be applied by engineering, but we’ll be adding UI in the future to allow users to change those settings.
Right now, this has only been applied for Marcos.
Update events filter menu
The filters menu in the Events page has had the UI updated. This has an icon/label pairing for each options and makes it easy for users to see what filter options are available in a single area.
Update Savi Logo
The Savi logo has been updated on the navigation bar to be more consistent with the primary logo that we use.
Display “No results found” message on Events page
We added a simple message to the events page to make it clear when no results are found based on the search criteria.
Hyperlink to admin on Systems Health map
When using the Systems health dashboard, internal users can now click on the name of location from the map pin to be taken to the corresponding location in admin.
Mobile UI updates
Add margin to bottom of mobile navigation
Hide admin tab on mobile
Remove audits from mobile
Update support link on mobile
Improve load times on mobile
Swipe to change camera view
On mobile, users can use left or right swipe gestures to navigate to the next camera.
Currently this action works the same way that that the navigation arrows do, but we’ll be working towards adding a transition.
Double-tap to change grid view
On mobile, users can double tap on the camera frame to change the grid view. For example, if a user viewing the 2x2 camera grid and double-taps a camera, they will drill down to view the single camera view. Double-tapping again, will take the user make to the the 2x2 grid.
Systems Health Dashboard (External Facing)
External release of the systems health dashboard.
Event Clips Download
Rather than having to manually create a clip, users can now download clips directly from the events tab.
Systems Health Dashboard (Internal Facing)
Internal users can access health metrics for each account by navigating to the account page and selecting the “Systems Health” tab.
Users will be able to see the total number of locations, total cameras offline, and total edge devices offline. Users will be able to easily surface offline devices to assist in expediting troubleshooting.
Transaction Events Timeline
Users are now able to view how many transactions happened within a given period of time by viewing the transaction icons on the VMS timeline. Clicking on the icons will open a sidebar, allowing users to view transactions from the VMS.
Users can jump from an event directly to the VMS. This is effective for when a transaction occurs across multiple cameras or a transaction goes beyond the normal capture period.
New Events Filters
New filters added to the Events tab, including:
Crisp Tender Type
Crisp updated their API to allow for integrators to receive the tender type or method of payment. We’ve updated our Crisp integration to now capture this data.
Users can now share their clips with internal or external resources via email or SMS
Users can now share streams with internal or external resources via email or SMS. Users can limit the amount of time the receiver has access as well as limiting the timeframe that a user can view.
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