This tool allows you to dive deeper into a specific case. The tool offers a list of every case to choose from. The cases are identified by the name (given at random by the server, or by the model itself - if developed to do so) and the date and time of creation.
The tool also offers a filter which allows you to more easily find a specific case by filtering the list by either name or date of creation.
It’s not possible to use both filters simultaneously - which ever filter you focus on will determine the amended case list.
Once you have selected a case, you are given a table showing the interfaces which were recorded during this case so far.
There are some extra tools offered above the grid:
- No History
- Changed History
- All History
- Graph Behavior
The first three are only shown if there are interface values which have been changed over time. In other words, if an end user fills in an answer to a field, then goes back (or enters the case from a saved session at a later date) and changes that field, it will be visible using the history tools.
This default view renders a grid showing only the latest values provided in this case.
Generates the same grid as above, only this time it also shows the values which were changed - including the timestamp for each change.
Generates the same grid as the Changed History, except it also shows values and timestamps of fields which were not changed, but where the node was rendered more than once. In other words, if an end user has gone back to a node, but not actually changed anything, you are still able to see that this has happened.
This tool causes the dashboard to cycle through all timestamps of all interfaces to provide a breakdown of the path taken in this case, as well as a graph of time spent on each node.