Admin users have to access the Admin Portal to configure Blast Tags for a site.
Provide BlastIQ™ users with a way to tag blasts so they can visualize these tags and use them to filter, sort, or aggregate in BlastIQ™ Insights.
These tags will be used on the 'Other Filters' feature in the Dashboards to help search for a single blast or generate a Multiple Blast version of a Dashboard.
Blast Tag Limits
The following limits apply:
- Tag Category Name: 20 characters.
- Tag Name: 20 characters.
- Tag (code): 30 characters.
- 20 Tag Categories per site.
- 200 Tags (across all categories) per site.
Note: These numbers include deleted elements.
Create a Tag Category
Click Add New on the Blast Tags section within a site's page in the Admin Portal.
Define the Display Name and if the Category allows multiple tag entry (True or False). Click ‘Save’.
Tip: Allow multiple Tag entry for Tag Categories such as Geology or Shotfirer, NOT for Pit or Bench.
Edit a Tag Category
Display Name and Allow Multiple Value Entry settings can be edited later by clicking Actions/Edit in the Tag Category level.
Create a Tag
Within a Tag Category, click on ‘Add New’ on the top right corner of the Tags table.
Define a Tag Name and a Tag (code)
It is recommended to use Tag (codes) that are self-explanatory, e.g. include the category name.
- Category Name: Pit
- Tag Name: A
- Tag (code): pit-A
- The Tag (code) will be autogenerated and can be edited by the user before the creation of the tag.
- Tag (code), Tag Name and Tag Category name are required to be unique for the site, even across deleted Tags and Categories.
Edit a Tag
Within the Tag category, click on ‘Edit’ under the ‘Actions’ column in the Tags table for the desired Tag.
- The Tag (code) cannot be modified, only the Tag Name name can be edited.
- Tags may be deleted. Deleted Tags will not be displayed in the SHOTPlus™ or BlastIQ™ Insights. These can be restored in the Admin Portal. Historical data is kept in the background; this is just a “soft delete."
Upload or Download a BlastIQ™ Blast
The “BlastIQ™ Blast Properties” module will only open and work for blasts that exist in the BlastIQ™ system.
Open Blast Properties
Under the BlastIQ™ menu, click on “BlastIQ™ Blast Properties”.
Select Blast Tags and Save
- Navigate through the Tag Categories.
- Check or Uncheck the Tags.
- Click ‘Update BlastIQ™’ to save.
Notes: Multiple Selection of Tags is possible within a specific Tag Category if "allow multiple value entry" enabled in the Admin Portal. Unsaved selection of tags will not be recoverable if the Blast Properties section is closed.
Tags can also be entered through the Blast Management module in BlastIQ™ Insights.
Select a Blast
- Click on the 'Blast Management' tab on the left hand side menu. A list of maximum 25 blasts will be displayed, sorted by Date and Time Created.
- Type in to search for a specific blast. As the list displays a maximum of 25 blasts, continue typing to narrow the search if the desired blast does not appear on the list at first.
- Check this box to include Fired Blasts in the search if required.
- Check this box to include Deleted Blasts in the search if required.
- Click on the desired blast on the list.
Enter New Tag Values
- Select the "Tags" Tab.
- Click "Edit".
- Click on the edit box or the down arrow for a specific Tag Category, a drop-down list will appear with the available Tags.
- Select the desired Tag(s).
- Remove Tags by clicking on the 'x' icon of a particular Tag.
- Or the 'X' on the right of the edit box to clear all Tags for that Tag Category.
- Click "Save" to save the changes.
See BlastIQ™ Insights Blast Management for more details about the Blast Management Module.
Blast Level Display
Blast Tags will be displayed in the Single Blast Quantities Dashboard.
- Filter blasts based on Blast Tags in:
- Progress Dashboard
- KPIs Dashboard
Displaying the list of tags under each category, and allowing multiple tag filtering.
- Multiple selections within a Blast Tag Category will use 'OR' filtering logic, while Tags selected across different categories will use ‘AND’ filtering logic.