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In this groov workshop, we’re going to look at the “stash.” There are 3 things to
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know: Where is it? Why do I want it? And what happens to gadgets that are stashed there?
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First, where is it? Let’s have a look down here at the bottom of my Desktop & Tablet
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view -- you can display the entire page and stash if you check this box here. And see
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there’s this dotted line around it. It's essentially extra space like your attic, where
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you can put things you're not using. So now you know where it is.. but why would you want
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to use it? The main reason for using the stash is that you can use different gadgets for
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the Desktop & Tablet, vs. the Handheld view. For example, we might want to have a trend
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displayed on a large monitor to show the production progress, but not show any of the machine
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alarms. On the Handheld view, perhaps the engineer only needs to see the machine alarms,
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and not the trend. Or, I might want to have different sized text here in my Group Header
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for a bigger monitor vs. a Handheld device. I can stash different gadgets in each view.
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I’ve already arranged my Group Headers how I want them, so now I can just stash the Trend
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for the Handheld view, or in flash, stash multiple gadgets by holding down the control
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key, selecting each one, and moving them over here. Now each view has the perfect gadget
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arrangement that sized device. Finally, let’s talk about what happens to these gadgets over
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here in the stash? They don’t show up when we switch to groov view, so any tag associated
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with that gadget is not updated either. By the way, if you have a whole page that you’re
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still working on, or you just want a place to keep some notes for those users with Editor
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privileges, just set this Page Property to Hidden. Then when you switch to groov View,
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that page won’t show up at all. Check out other videos on groov.com. Thanks for watching!
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