Greenbyte Documentation

The Sidebar

The sidebar shows the sites and assets in your portfolio and provides quick links to common tasks you might want to perform. If you don't see the sidebar, click the small black arrow on the left side of your screen to open it. 


Use the Search field to quickly find the assets you want to work with.

Click the site name to expand the site and view its assets.


Organize your asset structure

By default, assets in the sidebar are grouped by country when there are more than 10 sites (total) in more than 2 countries.

It is possible to customize your asset grouping to match your workflow. Group by fund, region, business unit. or even area within a site. The groups are based on metadata that you define on your assets. Contact your CSM for more information.

Click the three dot menu for a site, asset, group, or energy producer to perform an action. The following actions are available for each of the following categories:


  • Monitor

  • Analyze

  • Create task

  • View tasks

  • Log site access

  • View site access (if site has site accesses)

  • Status log

  • Status categorization

  • Alert log

  • Edit site


  • Monitor

  • Analyze

  • Data studio


  • Monitor

  • Analyze

Energy producer (Turbine, Inverter, Ice Prevention System)

  • Monitor

  • Analyze

  • Log device access (if device is not a solar device and WTSR if enabled on parent site)

  • Log site access (if device is not a solar device and not on WTSR site)

  • Create tasks

  • View tasks

  • Status log

  • Status categorization

  • Alarm log

  • Data studio

  • Edit status (if device has a status)

  • Categorize status (if device has a status)

  • Edit

Status Sort

Statuses are prioritized in a specific order. Greenbyte only shows what we call the main status, so be aware that an asset can have many statuses active at once.

The status priority order is as follows:





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Control Center Sort

Control Center Sort allows you to sort your assets in the sidebar by statuses instead of geography. This puts the assets that need your attention at the top of the tree.

Control Center Sort can be enabled at a system wide level through Administrate>Configuration.

With Control Center Sort enabled, the status sort priority changes to the following order:

Unacknowledged stops

Unacknowledged communications

Acknowledged stops

Unacknowledged warnings

Acknowledged warnings

Unacknowledged curtailment

Acknowledged curtailment

Unacknowledged informational

Acknowledged informational

Control Center Site Sort

The site sort order is changed when Control Center Sort is enabled.

With Control Center Sort enabled, the site sort priority changes to the following order:

Overdue device accesses

Overdue site accesses

Unacknowledged stops

Unacknowledged communication loss

Active device accesses

Active site accesses

Acknowledged stops

Acknowledged communication loss

Unacknowledged warnings

Acknowledged warnings




Stopped asset.


Acknowledged stopped asset.


Number of assets with active stops.


Number of assets with acknowledged stops. Users can acknowledge stops manually by toggling the Acknowledged status in the Active Status Events widget. A stop is also acknowledged when it is linked to a task. This icon will appear when you have acknowledged any stopped asset on a site.


No communication with the asset.


An acknowledged status of no communication with the asset. This icon will appear when all assets on a site with no communication have been acknowledged.


Number of assets on a site with no communication.


An acknowledged status of number of assets on a site with no communication. This icon will appear when all assets on a site with no communication have been acknowledged.


Unacknowledged warning status from the asset.


Acknowledged warning status from the asset.


Unacknowledged active curtailment.


Acknowledged active curtailment.


Ongoing site or asset access.


Number of ongoing site or asset accesses.


Overdue site or asset access.


Number of overdue site or asset accesses.


Number of overdue asset access items.