Tracks: Timeline

Note: Tracks is the default experience for users (previously Tracks 2.0 (Beta) in the UI). You can select Tracks (Legacy) from the Tracks panel menu.

The Tracks Timeline is an interactive timeline with vehicle status, events, and the ability to view historical positions on the map. Read an overview of Tracks and selecting your data.

The timeline shows the status changes for each vehicle. You can hover over a vehicle timeline to see details. Historical events (including closed, open, and ongoing events) also display on the timeline for the event rules selected.

The timeline can be also used with Track Replay feature.


Click the timeline and then drag the playhead to see historical map markers on the map.


Check the brush chart (scroll bar) in the footer of the timeline to see if you've zoomed in on the timeline. You can also use it to drag and rescale the timeline.mceclip1.png

Track Replay

To enable Track Replay, select it from the advanced menu options


A replay toolbar will show up at the bottom, where you can control how the vehicles move across the timeline and on the map.


Vehicle labels

Within the replay, you can view vehicle names as they navigate on the map. Further, you can watch important signals like speed, fuel use, and temperature fluctuate during the fleet journey.


Speed settings

You can control speed settings to decide how fast you want the track replay will play the data.


For instance, selecting 1 minute, you will play 1 minute worth of data in 1 second (the shorter the value selected, the slower the representation will be):


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How can I change the time/date format shown in Tracks? Tracks follows the server/application localization settings.

Which track data is included when I use the refresh button? You only update the track data in your current time span when using the refresh button. If you want to get all data up until the latest track point, set your end time to a later time today.