In Robin, Locations are a way to organize similar collections of spaces. For most organizations, a location will be a single office address, building, or floor. For example, if your company exists in multiple cities you might have separate locations for "East Coast HQ" and "West Coast Outpost". This makes it easy for employees to search for spaces nearby instead of filtering through the entire organization.
Administrators in Robin can manage their organization's locations from Settings > Locations in the web dashboard.
Editing your location's details
You can add extra details about each of your office locations. This is a useful way to provide answers to common questions like "What's the Wi-Fi password?" and "Who should I contact if I need AV help?"
Where does the location image show up?
The location image is the banner image for your team's mobile app. Make it look snazzy by adding a photo or logo that represents your team.
With and without a location image.
How does Robin use my address?
When you add an address for your office, the mobile app will use it to identify when people are in the office with infrequent GPS updates. Even if you don't install beacons for room-level presence, it's a good way to see what's happening in the office.
Adding multiple locations
Many teams pilot Robin with a single location before expanding to their other offices. To add another location, click the red "Add Location" button from Settings > Locations. All plans above Basic allow unlimited locations.
If you spend most of your time at a specific location, you can set it as your default under your account settings.