This page provides an overview of the Squirro user interface (UI).
Log In Page (start.squirro.com)#
To log in to Squirro, visit start.squirro.com and enter your credentials.
Tip: If you’ve forgotten your password, click Forgot Password to reset it.
Reference: For instructions on how to create a Squirro ID, see How to Register for a Squirro ID.
Application Setup Page#
Once you’ve logged in to Squirro, you’ll be directed to the Application Setup page, shown below:
From this page, you three options:
Select an application to install.
Select an online demo to open.
Click My Instances to view a list of your instances on the Cluster page.
Reference: For more details on viewing an online demo, see How to Access a Squirro Online Demo.
Your personal account page is where you can change your profile information, password, and two-factor authentication information.
You can access your Account page by clicking your personal dropdown menu in the top right of the page (your initials) and selecting Account.
On this page you can perform the following actions:
Click Profile to make changes to your email address or your name.
Click Password to change your password. You’ll need to first enter your password to change it. If you run into any issues, contact your system administrator or Squirro Support.
Click Two-factor authentication to add or remove two-factor authenticators for your account.
Cluster (My Instances) Page#
The Cluster page contains a listing of all the Squirro instances available to you, along with information about their creation date, your role within the instance, and the type of instance it is. Your user account menu is also displayed on the left side of the page.
You can access the Cluster page can in one of the following three ways:
Click the cluster icon the Spaces menu when you are inside of a project.
Click Instances in your personal dropdown navigation menu.
Click My Instances on the Application Setup page.
The Cluster page appears as shown below:
You can create new instances from this page by clicking the plus icon.
Squirro Monitoring Page#
See the Squirro Monitoring Page for information about Squirro Monitoring and how you can use it to monitor user and data ingestion activity throughout your Squirro instance.
The pages that you use to navigate through your project are called Spaces.
For more details, see Squirro Spaces.