It is possible to search within Quarter to Date (QTD) and Year to Date (YTD) metrics within the Nova Report Center for date-specific data fields.
The QTD parameter gives you data from the beginning of the current quarter, and ending at the current date.
The YTD parameter gives you data from the beginning of the current year, and ending at the current date.
For example, perhaps you want to see the amount of Azure AD users created within the current year within your tenant. To do this:
1.Begin by creating a new report, including title and description if necessary.
2.Choose your data source. For these specific filters, you will need sources that include date data fields. For our example, we are using Azure AD Users.
3.For Table fields, choose Display Name and User Created.
4.Under Add filter group, select is during, then YTD.
5.Add sorting and change your offset and limits if required.
Below is an example of what your report should look like.
Users have the ability to set currency for your reports if required, instead of a generic number. This gives your report better context and understanding. Currencies currently supported are:
·US Dollar ($)
·Australian Dollar ($)
·Canadian Dollar ($)
·Pound Sterling (£)
·New Zealand Dollar ($)
To do this,
1.Go to the settings cog on the top right hand side of Nova.
3.Go to overview
4.On General Settings, find Default Display Currency and find your currency from the drop down list.
When a table report section is added to Nova Report Center, sometimes there can be too many columns to see them all in the current browser window.
Over on the right hand side of the column headings, you can click to see those extra columns. Click the three dots (...) to bring up the list of additional columns. Values for that column will then be displayed in a pop-up window, and you can decide if you want to drag them into the list of columns which are visible.
For more information on tabular data in Nova, click here.
The Nova Tenant Management System (TMS) allows service providers to support multiple customers from a common interface. Using the Nova TMS, the service provider adds new customer tenants, and then delegates access to those tenants and the Nova platform.
Here is a video overview of the TMS user interface.
This article explains how to manage customer tenants and add tenant administrators.
Here, you can select your default tenant or remove your access to a tenant. This is where you can view all of the tenants that your QTID is associated with. To access this, click your tenant name at the top right hand side of the toolbar, then select My Associations.
Here, you can invite someone to associate with the organization and delegate management rights to them. Use this page to view the status of invitations you send. To access this, click your tenant name at the top right hand side of the toolbar, then select My Invitations.
Adding a Customer Tenant
Use the Nova Tenant Management System to add customer tenants. If you are managing a lot of tenants, or if some of your customers have multiple tenants, you might need to organize the tenants into organization groups. Here is how to add a new tenant to the TMS:
1.On the My Organization page, click Add Child.
2.Enter the organization name. We like to format this with the logical name, followed by the Office 365 tenant name in parenthesis. It looks like this: Organization Name (tenant)
3.Select an organization type.
4.Select the 2 check boxes, if desired, which allows the parent organization to view the child organization's data and manage the child organization's settings.
Click here to watch a video showing how to add and manage customer tenants.
Adding a Tenant Administrator
You will want to invite someone from the organization to act as the tenant administrator. Follow the steps below to invite a tenant administrator.
1.On the My Organization page, expand the organization hierarchy until you can select the tenant to which you will add a tenant administrator.
3.Enter their email address and select the role(s) you want to assign to them.
They'll receive an email invitation to access the application. When they follow the link in the email and accept the invitation, they'll authorize Nova to access their tenant's data and they'll allow the setup process to be completed.
NOTE: If the invited user does not receive an email, check the contents of any junk mail folder.
Click here to watch a video showing this process.
Additional Notes About Tenants
Here are some additional notes about the Tenant Management System:
·The individual who adds a tenant to TMS is automatically the tenant's default association and system administrator until a different default association and administrator is assigned.
·If you want to change your default tenant, go to My Associations and click the circle icon for the tenant you want to set as your default organization.
·If you want to remove your association/access to a tenant, go to My Associations, and click the Remove association button next to that tenant.
·If you are managing several tenants, you might want to organize them into groups using the Organization Groups page.