User Guide

Web Console gives you full control your Private Cyberspace through a single user interface that works on most phones and laptops.

Note: Web Console described in user guide is for a Private Cyberspace that has been preloaded with applications selected by the contacttrace.com.au application provider. You are encourage to personalise it by changing the applications and their underlying infrastructures as you gain more experience with operating your own Private Cyberspace.

1. Installation

Just go to 88.io and you will be redirect to the closest server to you (e.g. app.contacttrace.com.au)
where Virtual Vaccine will then be installed into your web browser.

  • NO download from App Stores or Play Store
  • NO sign-up to any service or create any account
  • NO advertisement or any unsolicited interruption
  • NO leaking of data outside of your phone
  • NO username, email, phone number etc. needed
  • NO charge for use, distribution, modification (refer to license)
  • NO hidden operation (source code is published publicly)

Once installed it will ask permission to access your location, like any other data collected by Virtual Vaccine, the location data collected stays on your phone and is used to display your location to you only.

2. Quick Start

Collect your first location into Virtual Vaccine in just ONE SECOND.

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On start up the Virtual Vaccine application displays a map, showing your current location in the middle of it as a blue dot (as shown below).

location_new

First, click on the "Add Location Pin" button on the right of the screen (as shown above) to add a Pin on the map to indicate your current location.

pin

Second, click on the "Web Pin" button on the resulting menu (as shown above) to use the Web Browser's internal geolocation value as your current location.

webpin

Congrats! The location pin you just collected can be used in MANY other applications beside Virtual Vaccine. You are on your way to building up value assets in your own Private Cyberspace.

3. Location Pins

Location Pin is an easy and powerful way of collecting information about you and your environment.

They do not just tell you locations on the map, you can attach ANY sort of useful information onto each of them e.g. food orders, people names, shopping receipts, wifi signals etc.

The more pins you collect

  1. the more details you have to TRACK down the virus
  2. the better insight you GAIN into your lifestyle
  3. the more data you can SELL to potential buyers

The Pins are all numbered from the beginning of each day. So the first pin of the day is number 1, then 2, then 3 etc.

To help you see where the data for each pin came from easily, they can have different colours.

green_marker Touch Pin
Placed by touching the exact location on the map

red_marker Server Pin
Import from Servers (e.g. external gps devices)

grey_marker Phone Pin
Import from Phone (e.g. gpx, kml mobile apps)

blue_marker QR Pin
Placed by scanning QR codes

black_marker Web Pin
Placed by using current geolocation from web browser

pink_marker Name Pin
Placed by selecting from a list of names of venue nearby

orange_marker App Pin
import from our own app (e.g. 88io.apk)

4. Increasing Accuracy

Apple and Google have massive geo-positioning capabilities, but accuracy on their mobiles is still not good enough for within metre positioning - this is where you can help.

If you zoom into the blue dot on your map, by spreading out with 2 fingers, you will see a blue circle around the blue dot, which indicates the accuracy of your location as reported by the blue dot (as shown below).

zoomin

Some governments offer high resolution images for free (e.g. NSW Australia) which act as a great background map.

Below is the same view as above, but with the base map changed using Change Base Map button in the upper right of the screen.

changemap

For high accuracy placement, you can use the image background to see whether the blue dot is indicating your current position properly and only use Web Pin if it is acceptable.

For example, as shown below, the user was standing next to a rubbish bin collection area.

Web Pins are coloured Black. All Pins are numbered in chronological order (as shown below).

webpin1

When the blue dot accuracy of your current location is poor, you can use Touch Pin to specify a more accurate position by selecting Touch Pin instead of Web Pin and then touching the map at the correct position.

For example, as shown below, the blue dot was in the middle of the road when the user was standing on the pavement, so the user clicked the Touch Pin button instead of the Web Pin button and touched the screen.

Touch Pins are coloured Green. There are lines linking all pins together in chronological order (as shown below).

touchpin

5. QRcode, Barcode and Text scanning

Unlike the very limited COVID QR Code scanners, Virtual Vaccine can make use of any QR code, Barcode and Text images, e.g. overseas COVID QR Codes, Alipay, bus seats, home made QR codes etc.

qrcode

A faster result is normally achieved when using the rear facing camera.

qrcode_scanning

If the QRcode scanning is successful, a blue pin will be displayed on the map.

qrcode_pin

Barcode scanning

barcode

To take the photo, it must be done in landscape mode and if it is detected, it will be shown as below.

barcode_result

After clicking on the barcode result, a black pin will be displayed on the map.

barcode_pin

Text scanning

text_scan

Use the camera to take a photo of the text or the image to be scanned.

text_recognition

If the result is successful, a black pin will be displayed on the map.

text_pin

6. Home Page

Virtual Vaccine looks just like other online maps where you can see your daily movements, with added features to fight COVID.

homepage_transport_map

  • Base Map button displays different Base Maps as the background. The sample above is using the Transport Base Map, you can see the bus route number 418 along the roads. Besides picking different Base Maps for different purposes, you can also edit those maps online by just clicking the "Edit" button.
  • QR Scanner button scans ANY QR code safely for contact tracing (e.g. bus shops QR codes, Alipay Wechat QR codes, product QR codes, all COVID QR codes worldwide).
  • Current Location button shows you rapidly where you are on the map (and depending on your phone might also show the direction you are facing).
  • Add Pin button enables you to put locations you have visited on the map.
  • Menu button allows you to select the easy One Button Contact Trace Mode or the full featured Advanced Mode.
  • Copyright button gives you more details on the creators of the displayed Base Map

No data leave your phone under the default COLLECT alias - so it will work even if you disable communication e.g. turn on "air plane" mode.

Personal Map

After the click, your Personal Map available at https://app.contacttrace.com.au will be installed inside your mobile phone browser.

personal_map

You can use it immediately to start building up your personal information assets by scanning COVID QR codes, Shopping Barcodes, Bus Shops QR Codes etc.

You can also install mobile apps to feed your Personal Map automatically with locations you have visited and wireless signals you have encountered (e.g. bluetooth signals from other COVID apps, TVs, earbuds etc.) while it remains in your pocket.

bluetooth_pin2

Unlike other apps, your have full independent control of Citizen Assisted Contact Tracing right on your phone. By default:

  1. NO sending of DATA outside your phone.
    When needed (say you tested COVID positive or someone offered you a bag of cash) you can selectively disclose some of the collected data.

  2. NO running of SOFTWARE outside your phone.
    Software (e.g. Personal Map itself) does not need to "phone home" to operate. In fact you can make a copy and start your own COVID fighting force independent of us.

As you gain more confidence in Citizen Assisted Contact Tracing, you can start to exchange data and rewards with other citizens under the protection of the Fiduciary Exchange.

Add Location Pins

To start you need to feed your selected Alias with some location.

Virtual Vaccine Modes

Although your COLLECT Alias gives you perfect memory (e.g. history of your movements), when there is a large outbreak, it might takes too long to be notified out-of-band (e.g. through TV news) that you might be exposed and wait for you to submit your movement manually.

When there is an outbreak you can OPTIONALLY use your SHARE Alias to submit some of your data to the Fiduciary Exchange under the protection of novel technologies like Dynamic Alias and Fuzzy Block.

Instead of submitting data directly to the government, Fiduciary Exchange allows your data to be processed and shared differently under your FULL CONTROL depending on the current threat level.

  1. COLLECT Alias can be used in Defensive Mode - when there is no outbreak. You do NOT have to submit any data to Fiduciary Exchange, only basic automatic logging on your phone and manual scanning of mandatory QR codes, thus saving battery, data traffic and manual effort.

  2. SHARE Alias can be used on Offensive Mode - when there is an outbreak. You can send your privacy protected data into the Fiduciary Exchange, turn on intensive automatic logging and perform frequent manual scanning of voluntary QR codes or tapping on Virtual Markers in locations without QR codes.

The anonymity and speed of Exposure Notifications sent by the Fiduciary Exchange are controlled by the citizens themselves based on their own circumstances.

Fiduciary Exchange uses blockchains to scale up linearly according to demand and to protect against bad citizens with malicious intents. The more citizens, the more data, the more devices, the more anonymity, the more security.

Community Map

Citizens can choose to contribute public data to the Community Map available at https://map.contacttrace.com.au under the protection of the Fiduciary Exchange's Dynamic Alias.

People accessing the Community Map can use the different trust levels assigned by Fiduciary Exchange to get an indication of the quality of different information provided on the map by different Aliases.

From COVID test queue lengths to availability of Pfizer vaccine at a GP, any information relevant to the COVID fight is welcomed.

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The Community Map is also using the Bluetooth and Wifi signals (collected as part of the Data Fusion function) donated by some citizen volunteers to to build a terrestrial indoor friendly Geopositioning Network. No need for foreign satellites and rockets, a national critical infrastructure built and owned by the citizens!

Being In Control

By storing your data on your device AND performing computation on them yourself, you retain control and thus ownership of your data.

For people who are used to submitting their data PASSIVELY to the Cloud, the freedom of controlling their data ACTIVELY can be a liberating experience.

                Those who don't move, don't notice their chains.
                - Rosa Luxemburg

Disclosing your data to enrich or to enslave, to protect or to attack, to gain or to deliver value ... now it is YOUR choice and no longer the Cloud's choice.

VIRTUAL VACCINE

virtual_vaccine

At least one pin is required. It can be a Web pin, a Touch pin, a QR pin or an Imported pin.

The pin settings is located in PUBLIC -> Community Map -> Daily Map -> Settings.

virtual_vaccine_settings

The pins displayed will be based on the values in the settings.

Display Date: show pins created on this date.
Display Timezone: show pins created with the selected time zone.
Block Type: Local (small area, 30 minute block) or Global (much bigger area, 1 day block).

local_global

Display Length: from 1 day to 28 days.

display_length

Display Storage: from 28 days to 60 days.

display_storage

Display Date: pins created after the selected date will not be displayed.

display_to

Auto Submit: if turned on, it will automatically submit the last Covid status to every new pin created.

auto_submit

Copy Government: if turned on, it will send the status to a government agency.

copy_government

L1: Local block 1.
1P: 1 pin.
Neighbours: display and check Covid status submitted in the 8 surrounding blocks.
Status: submit a Covid status
Check: display the Covid status submitted within the same block (not available for "Collect" users).
Receive Message: display all messages sent and received within the same block (not available for "Collect" users).
Send Message: submit a message to other users within the same block (not available for "Collect" users).

aliases

The alphanumeric characters on the right are the aliases who send the messages.

Example:
"Having Covid symptoms" was sent by _Siq-2OI alias on 16-Jun-2022 at 13.46.
"Positive PCR test in Haymarket" was sent by MK82QiYL alias on 16-Jun-2022 at 13:45.

Data

The data settings is located in PUBLIC -> Citizen Timeline -> Virtual Vaccine.

virtual_vaccine_options

Vaccination, Test, Quarantine and Symptoms allow users to store the result. There is also an option to share the result.

virtual_vaccine_share

Identity: Anonymous or Alias
Reward: Retrospective or Negotiate
Fuzziness: Global, Local or Exact

Risks

virtual_vaccine_risks

Vulnerability: Yes, No
Hotspots: Display areas on the map where there are Covid cases for up to the last 28 days
Current: Display the current location on the map
Past: Set the number of days

Web Console

Web Console gives you control of your Private Cyberspace through a web browser interface.

To ensure maximum privacy, it can operate OFFLINE without any network connection.

For details please visit Web Console page.

web_console

homepage_transport_map

Custom Ringtone

Custom Ringtone notification is available only to Guest Aliases (Share) and Member Aliases (Change).

Available "Send Phone" numbers:
61282050080
61282050081
61282050082
61282050083
61282050084
61282050085
61282050086
61282050087
61282050088
61282050089
61282050090
61282050091
61282050092
61282050093
61282050094
61282050095
61282050096
61282050097
61282050098
61282050099

Custom Ringtone Set Up

There are two types of Ringtone:

  1. Alias
  2. Status

Both ringtone types require an Associate alias or higher.

Go to IDENTITY -> Dynamic Alias -> List. If the Type in the table top row is Guest, click on the blue Create Alias button to upgrade the status to Associate which will also creates the Wallet.

Once the alias has been upgraded, go to IDENTITY -> Dynamic Alias -> Details -> Enter the mobile number of the device in the Phone Number field. In the example below, 61410411070 which is an Australian mobile number is used.

phone_number_field

Alias Ringtone

To set up an Alias ringtone, go to IDENTITY -> Anonymous Interaction -> Ringtone.

alias_ringtone

Caller Phone = the Caller ID (DNIS number) displayed on the receiving mobile phone
Callee Phone = the receiving mobile phone number
Caller Ringtone = the unique digits used by senders to ring you
Alias ID = receive calls from all aliases
Expiry Date = ringtone will no longer active after this date

If the Alias ringtone has been successfully created, it will be shown as below.

alias_ringtone_created

Once the Alias ringtone has been set up, using the above example mobile number 61410311070 will ring if a user sends a message using the Alias ID of mobile number 61410311070 and Text code 123.

To send a message, go to IDENTITY -> Anonymous Interaction -> Message. In the example below, the receiver's Alias ID is dBYcWJksjmWC2.... (40 alphanumeric characters).

The Receive button is to check the text messages received using the Alias ringtone.

message_alias

Status Ringtone

To set up a Status ringtone, the mobile number must first be verified. Go to IDENTITY -> Dynamic Alias -> Verification -> Verified Identity -> Phone Number -> click on the Verify button.

register_phone_number

Please ring 1800 180 100 within a minute to have the mobile number verified.

phone_verified

Once the number has been verified, go to IDENTITY -> Anonymous Interaction -> Ringtone. In the example below, Active Shooter status is used.

ringtone_settings

Caller Phone = the Caller ID (DNIS number) displayed on the receiving mobile phone
Callee Phone = the receiving mobile phone number
Caller Ringtone = the ringtone will be triggered when the status submitted is Active Shooter (ras)
Minimum Caller Type = the ringtone will be triggered if the status submitted by users who have an Associate alias or higher
Minimum Caller Number = the ringtone will be triggered when there are two of more users who submit the Active Shooter (ras) status
Expiry Date = ringtone will no longer active after this date

If the ringtone has been created successfully, it will be shown as below.

status_alias_created

For more details on using Custom Ringtone, please visit the user guide for android or ios

The status Ringtone can be used in two different ways:

  1. Block Notification
  2. Realtime Notification

Block Notification

In order to enable the Status Ringtone to a particular area block, go to the Add Location Pins button, -> Time Blocks and select the Block Notification button.

block_notification

Select the Block Notification to be enabled. In the example below, the Positive PCR (ppr) block notification has been selected. Select the Submit button to have this status enabled.

positive_pcr

Once enabled, the Block Notification button will display the number of enabled notification. In the example below, there is one enabled notification.

block_notification_enabled

Users who enable the Positive PCR (ppr) status block notification within the same area block and within the same 30 minute block will trigger their devices to ring, when the Positive PCR (ppr) status is submitted and the number of minimum callers set is reached.

ppr_actiated

To check the message sent by each user (if any), simply select on the Check button. In the example above, the messages sent from the two users are User 1 at 10.06 and User 2 at 10:31.

Please note:
Block Notification is based on when the Block Notification is first enabled, e.g: a Block Notification with Positive Result status is enabled on User 1's phone at 09:32 and on User 2's phone at 09:48. User 1 submits the Positive Result status at 10:06 and User 2 submits the Positive Result status at 10:31. This will trigger both devices to ring.

Realtime Notification

The Realtime Notification is triggered for all newly added pins after the Realtime Notification has been enabled. In the example below, all newly added pins with the Flooding Status (rfh) or Active Shooter (ras) enabled within the same area block and within the same 30 minute block will trigger the system to ring all the devices.

realtime_notification_enabled

Please note:
This notification remains active indefinitely for all newly added pins, however the status is checked per 30 minute block. Example: a Flooding Hazard (rfh) status is enabled at 12:00, then all pins added with the Flooding Hazard Realtime Notification enabled from 12:00-12:30 will trigger all devices to ring, if the minimum number of callers set is reached.

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1. MENU - Initial View

When you first install app.contacttrace.com.au the following will be shown:

begin1

Web Console displayed after First Installed
1. Alias Type 2. Zoom Level
3. Background Map 4. Camera Scanner
5. Current Location 6. Location Pins
7. Dynamic Alias 8. Number of Alerts
9. Map Copyright 10. Map Scale
11. Application Menu 12. Notification List

Items in the Notification List will NOT be shown again, after being click on once.

2. MENU - Tree Listing

To display the Menu please click on the round Menu button in the Upper Left corner.

Applications are currently divided into 4 categories:

  1. Identity Applications
  2. Public Applications
  3. Personal Applications
  4. Help Applications

Menu Items listed below with
  ^   are for Aliases with MEMBER permission only.
  #   are for Aliases with ASSOCIATE and MEMBER permissions.
Those without the above are for Aliases with GUEST, ASSOCIATE and MEMBER permissions.

IDENTITY

Application Menu

0 1 2 3 4 5
1 Dynamic Alias Introduction -- -- --
2 Dynamic Alias Nodes -- -- --
3 Dynamic Alias a. List Create Alias -- --
4 Dynamic Alias a. List Import Alias -- --
5 Dynamic Alias a. List Export History -- --
6 Dynamic Alias a. List Import History -- --
7 Dynamic Alias b. Details -- -- --
8 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #1. Phone Number #Register
9 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #2. Credit Card #Register
10 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #3. Driver Licence #Submit
11 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #4. Global Block #Submit
12 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #5. Last ISP #Submit
13 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #6. Local Block #Submit
14 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #7. Medicare #Submit
15 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #8. Email #Get Code
16 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #1. Verified Identity #9. Venue ^Get Code
17 Dynamic Alias #c. Verification #2. Check Verification #Search --
18 Anonymous Interaction #Introduction -- -- --
19 Anonymous Interaction #Nodes -- -- --
20 Anonymous Interaction #a. Message #Send -- --
21 Anonymous Interaction #a. Message #Receive -- --
22 Anonymous Interaction #b. Ringtone #Create -- --
23 Anonymous Interaction #c. Payment -- -- --
24 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Key Delete --
25 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Key Add --
26 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Address -- --
27 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Signature Delete --
28 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Signature Add --
29 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet Chain -- --
30 Anonymous Interaction #d. Wallet PrivateKey -- --

PUBLIC

Application Menu

0 1 2 3 4 5
1 1. Citizen Timeline Introduction -- -- --
2 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes View -- --
3 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Monitor -- --
4 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Input -- --
5 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Output -- --
6 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Directory -- --
7 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Storage -- --
8 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Process -- --
9 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Support -- --
10 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Legacy 1 -- --
11 1. Citizen Timeline Nodes Legacy 2 -- --
12 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 1. Vaccination Share --
13 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 1. Vaccination Store --
14 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 1. Vaccination List --
15 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 2. Test Share --
16 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 2. Test Store --
17 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 2. Test List --
18 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 3. Quarantine Share --
19 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 3. Quarantine Store --
20 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 3. Quarantine List --
21 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 4. Symptoms Share --
22 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 4. Symptoms Store --
23 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 4. Symptoms List --
24 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 5. Risks a. Vulnerability --
25 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 5. Risks b. Hotspots Point Map
26 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 5. Risks b. Hotspots Area Map
27 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 5. Risks c. Current --
28 1. Citizen Timeline a. Virtual Vaccine 5. Risks d. Past --
29 1. Citizen Timeline b. Venue Status -- -- --
30 1. Citizen Timeline c. Road Status i. Speed Limit Map -- --
31 1. Citizen Timeline c. Road Status ii. Public Transport Map -- --
32 1. Citizen Timeline c. Road Status III. Speed Limit Alert -- --
33 1. Citizen Timeline c. Road Status iv. Geofencing Alert -- --
34 2. Community Map Introduction -- -- --
35 2. Community Map Nodes View -- --
36 2. Community Map Nodes Monitor -- --
37 2. Community Map Nodes Map -- --
38 2. Community Map a. Daily Map i. Display Pins -- --
39 2. Community Map a. Daily Map ii. Filter Location -- --
40 2. Community Map a. Daily Map iii. Location Files Read from Phone --
41 2. Community Map a. Daily Map iii. Location Files Save to Phone --
42 2. Community Map a. Daily Map iii. Location Files Export to Server --
43 2. Community Map a. Daily Map iv. Setting -- --
44 2. Community Map b. Session Map #i.Session List #Create Session --
45 2. Community Map b. Session Map ii. Public Web Log -- --
46 2. Community Map b. Session Map iii. Public Session Watch -- --
47 2. Community Map c. Status Map i. Category -- --
48 2. Community Map c. Status Map ii. Area -- --
49 2. Community Map d. Indoor Map i. Level Browser -- --
50 2. Community Map d. Indoor Map ii. Floorplan Designer -- --
51 2. Community Map d. Indoor Map iii. Distance Measure -- --
52 2. Community Map e. Map Browser -- -- --

PERSONAL

Application Menu

0 1 2 3 4 5
1 1. Campus Zone Introduction -- -- --
2 1. Campus Zone Nodes View -- --
3 1. Campus Zone Nodes #Label #Submit --
4 1. Campus Zone Nodes Client -- --
5 1. Campus Zone Nodes Server -- --
6 1. Campus Zone Nodes Monitor -- --
7 1. Campus Zone Nodes Activate/Activated Create User --
8 1. Campus Zone Applications File Client -- --
9 1. Campus Zone Applications Note Client -- --
10 1. Campus Zone Applications Personal Client -- --
11 1. Campus Zone Applications Transfer Client -- --
12 1. Campus Zone Applications Vault Client -- --
13 1. Campus Zone Applications Avatar Server -- --
14 1. Campus Zone Applications Browser Server -- --
15 1. Campus Zone Applications Meet Server -- --
16 1. Campus Zone Applications News Server -- --
17 1. Campus Zone Applications Search Server -- --
18 1. Campus Zone Applications Video Server -- --
19 2. Home Zone Introduction -- -- --
20 2. Home Zone Nodes View -- --
21 2. Home Zone Nodes #Label #Submit --
22 2. Home Zone Nodes Client -- --
23 2. Home Zone Nodes Server -- --
24 2. Home Zone Nodes Monitor -- --
25 2. Home Zone Nodes Local
26 2. Home Zone Nodes ^Activate ^Create User --
27 2. Home Zone Nodes ^Access ^Submit
28 2. Home Zone Nodes ^Next Cloud --
29 2. Home Zone Applications App Client -- --
30 2. Home Zone Applications Barcode Client -- --
31 2. Home Zone Applications Calendar Client -- --
32 2. Home Zone Applications Encrypt Client -- --
33 2. Home Zone Applications QRCode Client -- --
34 2. Home Zone Applications Relation Client -- --
35 2. Home Zone Applications Speech Client -- --
36 2. Home Zone Applications Task Client -- --
37 2. Home Zone Applications Vault Client -- --
38 2. Home Zone Applications Agent Server -- --
39 2. Home Zone Applications Album Server -- --
40 2. Home Zone Applications Chat Server -- --
41 2. Home Zone Applications Discuss Server -- --
42 2. Home Zone Applications Hub Server -- --
43 2. Home Zone Applications Photo Server -- --
44 2. Home Zone Applications Recorder Server -- --
45 2. Home Zone Applications Search Server -- --
46 2. Home Zone Applications Web Server -- --

HELP

The version number of your Web Console software is shown next to word HELP
e.g: HELP v22062901

0 1 2 3 4 5
1 HELP 1. Introduction --- -- --
2 HELP 2. Get Support --- -- --
3 HELP 3. Mobile App Mobile App / Download iOS App -- --
4 HELP 4. UPDATE VERSION --- -- --

Aliases

Guest and Associate Aliases

Go to IDENTITY -> 1. Dynamic Alias -> a. List and check the Type column (top row).

guest_alias

If it shows Guest, tap on the Create Alias button to upgrade the alias to an Associate alias. Simply enter your preferred password and select OK.

alias_password

The Wallet will also be created automatically. Select any of the keys displayed. Select OK when prompted.

wallet_creation

Once completed, a confirmation pop-up message will be displayed.

wallet_completed

The alias file will be downloaded to your device.

Member Alias

To upgrade from Associate alias to Member alias, go to IDENTITY -> Dynamic Alias -> Details and enter the phone number. In the example below, the phone number is an Australian mobile number 61410311070.

enter_ph_no

The next step is to enable the phone number verification. Go to IDENTITY -> Dynamic Alias -> Verification -> 1. Phone Number and select the Register button.

register_ph_no

You have a minute to ring 1800 180 100 to have the number verified. If it is more than a minute, please click on the Verify button again.

call_1800180100

Once the number has been verified, a verified token will be displayed.

ph_number_verified

The Member status is also shown.

member_alias

Save Alias ID

The Alias ID created can be saved to the device, to the remote server or both. This is useful if the browser's cache has been cleared and the user wants to use the same Alias ID.

To save the Alias ID, click on the row that shows the Alias ID to be saved. In the example below, the Associate Alias ID is selected.

alias

Click on the Save Alias button and follow the prompt.

save_alias

If saving the Alias ID to the server, before clicking the Save Alias button, please copy the Alias ID to the clipboard first as it will need to be entered in the next step.

Load Alias ID

To load the Alias ID saved in the device or on the remote server, click on the Import Alias button.

import_alias

Select the location of the saved Alias ID by entering 1 or 2,click on the OK button and follow the prompt.

import_alias_selection

Wallet

Console

Console indicates the number of blocks which have been submitted.

Every time there is a pin added, whether it is a Web pin, a Touch pin, a QR pin or an Imported pin and a Status is submitted, it will be reflected in the Console number.

Example:

Three pins added.

3pins_added

Status submitted.

status_submitted

Three different status submitted, but they are within the same block.

same_block

The Console number is 1 although the number of status submitted is 3, because all are within the same block.

console_number

Click on the Console and a new window will display the number of status submitted (one "Y" indicates one status submitted). In the example below, there are three different status submitted.

console_status_submitted

Exchange

Every time a pin is added and a status is submitted, it will also be reflected in the "Exchange" number, which is the number of coins earned.

exchange_number

However, if there is one or more submitted pins in the same block and within the same 30 minute block as the the other pins, only the "Console" will reflect the number of submitted status (the number of "Y") and not the "Exchange" number.

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