Today, we are excited to announce the release of version 2.1 of our no-code dashboard composer ViewIQ. The update enables you to create modern, beautiful IoT dashboards that offer a range of data visualizations as well as real-time status, metric, and alert views. Version 2.1 of ViewIQ makes it easy for anyone to choose the data and visualizations that create new IoT insights, and assemble a customizable, shareable dashboard with drag and drop simplicity. Further, version 2.1 enables fully responsive support for a wide range of screen sizes, from desktop to tablet to mobile. Says TempoIQ CTO Mike Yagley, "with ViewIQ, IoT customers across a wide range of industries can finally create real-time dashboards that enable their organizations to maximize the value of their IoT data. ViewIQ is designed to enable anyone, regardless of technical capability, to create and share new IoT insight within their organization and beyond."
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TempoIQ makes it really easy to collect and organize sensor data, but users have often asked us for a simpler way to write data to new sensors.
We've put a lot of effort into making it easy for anyone to get up and running with TempoIQ, but we know that everyone needs some one-on-one help from time to time. That's why we're committed to offering top-notch support for every one of our customers.
We recently published our support policy, which you can read in full on our website. This post summarizes the most important parts of the policy.
When we first launched realtime alerts into early access, we wanted to give our customers a way to get instant feedback from their sensor deployments in the field. We launched with email alert notifications as a first step towards realtime functionality, requiring no programming integration to get value from alerts. Early customer feedback showed that our email alerting feature was good for quick, human feedback, but that machine integration was still a need.