After logging into the DiveTab site, the main menu, or landing page, displays.

Here is an example of a main menu page.

Example of a main menu for DiveTab on the PC.

If there are more buttons than can be displayed on the page, arrow buttons appear on the left or right of the screen. Click these arrows to view the other pages.

The main menu page usually contains a series of buttons. Each button can lead to submenu and content pages, of which there are nine types:

  • Menu Pages
  • Data Pages
  • DivePort Pages
  • Document Pages
  • Export Pages
  • Presentations
  • Repositories
  • User Content Pages
  • Web Pages

Here is an Closedexample of a data page.

Example of a data page with Options and Sharing icons.

NOTE: The Menu button returns to the main menu page. If you have navigated more than one level, you see a Back button (with the previous page name) to go back one level.

In the gray bar along the top of the page, there are three or four buttons: Menu, the back button (if present), Options, and Output.

The top menu bar for DiveTab.

  • Options gives options to bookmark data pages, edit dimensions for ad hoc pages, and save subsets.
  • Output provides ways to share and view the data, either as a pdf file or an Excel spreadsheet, or in ProDiver.

In the black bar along the bottom of the page, there are several buttons and indicators: Sections, the Sync button, the time of the last sync, the number of items, the host name, and the Logout button.

The bottom menu bar for DiveTab.

  • Sections opens a list of various data pages to choose from.
  • Sync allows the DiveTab client on your device access to the data on the server, keeping DiveTab synchronized.
  • Last Sync information indicates when the most recent synchronization was performed.
  • The number of items indicates the number of items, or buttons, on the main menu. For tabular pages, repositories, and export pages, it displays the number of data rows.
  • The host name is the location of the host server site for the DiveTab project.

  • Logout allows you to log out of the DiveTab client and change your password if configured for this functionality.

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