Student contact tracing - REACH Birdseye view

ARTICLE: Birdseye View - Student Contact Tracing

When viewing a student's SISO timeline in the Boarder Summary Dashboard you can identify all other students that were at a location at the same time as a student.

Click on the birdseye icon for any individual location to see which other students had signed into that location within 10 minutes of the student you are viewing.

The Birdseys view is in the Boarder Summary Dashboard > SISO view
Go to Dashboards > Boarder Summary > SISO menu item

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