Common UI/UX features

Currently under construction.

When you can select a cluster to use a pull-down window, Cluster-pulldown.png, is in the tabs title bar. The pulldown lists all the available clusters

If you can select a date range, there is a data picker, Date-pulldown.png. It contains a list of the typical time/data selections, for example, last 1-12 hours, yesterday, last month. It also allows you to select a date/time range via a date picker.

A CyanWhitePlus.png indicates you can create or add, for example, create a new report or add an AutoAction.

Job status is frequently indicated by color, Killed (status-killed.png), Failed(status-failed.png), Running (status-running.png), Success (status-success.png), Pending (status-pending.png), Unknown (status-unknown.png), or Waiting (status-waiting.png). In tables (for instance, Jobs > Applications) the status is indicated as a bar on the left-hand side of the job's row. Other times it will be a glyph in a column with the status name noted inside the color.



  • Click column-setting.png on the right-hand side of the header row to select which columns to display. Click and de/select the columns you want to display.

  • When a column can be used to sort the table, sort-notused.png is on the right-hand side of the header, click to use the column to sort the table. Click to sort the table on the column. Initially, the sort is in ascending ordersort-ascending.png. Click the arrows to change the sort to descending order.

  • A insights.png glyph is in the insight's column when Unravel has insights for your apps.

  • A OrangeAlerts.png in the insights' column indicates there were alerts during the app's run. Hover over it to bring up a tooltip with the list of violations.