The Certificate Details page shows you the following overview page for a selected vessel/certificate.
The ‘Document’ dropdown list in the upper-left corner of the page displays the name of the certificate you are currently editing. You can switch to any of the other certificates for the selected vessel using the dropdown list.
In the upper-right corner of the page, you can see when the certificate was last modified and by whom.
Under the ‘Document’ dropdown list, the first panel displays the applicable dates for each certificate.
The ‘Next (Due)’ column displays a status for each date (if entered). The status shows the following colors:
You can manually adjust the window range for each certificate due date. Click the link in the ‘Window’ column to set a new range. Once you set the new range, the system will prompt you if you would like to save this change to all vessels that have this certificate. Once the window range is set up, a weekly email alert notification is sent to you as a reminder.
Example: If the window range is set as 1 month under Expires criteria, an email notification is sent weekly on Friday, one month before the indicated expiration date.
Below the date panel, you will see the ‘Other Information' panel which includes additional ancillary fields applicable to this certificate:
On the right side of the page is the ‘Attachments’ panel, where you can upload multiple attachments for the certificate. The Attachments panel does support drag and drop.
For each certificate, you have the ability to specify if the certificate should be ‘Public’ or ‘Private.’
Click the lock icon to change the settings.
Publish Document - available for download by anyone (charterer, broker, agent) with an account on the website.
Private Document - only available to those in your company and to those companies that have been granted access to the vessel
Clicking the file name displays a preview pane for the selected attachment. The preview pane is unavailable for Microsoft Office documents, but most other file types are supported.
Under the ‘Attachments’ section, you will find the ‘Comments’ section. Here you can enter comments about the certificate (for internal usage).