Application Segment - Display options

Application Segment - Display options

Display options

Tile View 

The Tile View is the default in the Application Segment; here, each grouped fitment has its own tile.
  1. The Tile View icon is in the top right corner. Here, configured applications and associated information are arranged by Year or Year range.
         
      2. Validation of the application data is displayed in the Tile View and is also indicated in the respective application tile. Hover over the 'information' icon (i) to get more details about the warnings.
      3. Edit Application button allows you to edit the configured applications.
      4. Delete button allows you to delete the configured applications.
      5. Click on a section directly (i.e., Make/Model/Year, Part Type, Notesto start editing. 


            

List View

The List View is optional in the Application Segment. Each grouped fitment is displayed as a row of details.
  1. Click on the List View icon (horizontal bars) in the top right of the Application Segment.
  2. Application data validation types are listed in the drop-down menu (Only VCDB, Overlap Validation).
  3. Application types are listed in the dropdown according to the validation selection:
    1. If you choose the Only VCDB Validation, you have options to view All ApplicationsInvalid Applications Only, and Valid Applications Only.
  4. Edit the application by clicking on the Edit icon.
       
   

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