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How to edit or delete asset types

Find out how to change or remove an asset type from your organisation's Dashboard

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Written by Cat Dulake
Updated over a week ago

You can edit or delete an asset type at any time from within your organisation settings page. Currently, only a Superadmin can edit or delete a asset type from this page.

How to edit an asset type

  1. Log in to your Tended Dashboard.

  2. Click "Settings" at the top of the screen to access the settings page.

  3. Click on the "Asset types" tab across the top.

  4. You should now be able to see an overview of all the asset types within your organisation.

  5. Find the asset you want to edit and press the icon with the pencil on a notepad down the right-hand side of the page.

  6. Edit the name, colour or icon as you'd like. Press "Save asset type" once you're happy with the changes.


How to delete an asset type

Please note: If you delete an asset type that is assigned to a device in a live or scheduled project it will appear greyed out and labelled as "none" on your site page.

  1. Log in to your Tended Dashboard.

  2. Click "Settings" at the top of the screen.

  3. Click on the "Asset types" tab across the top.

  4. You should now be able to see an overview of all the asset types within your organisation.

  5. Find the asset type you want to delete and press the icon with the trash can down the right-hand side of the page.

  6. A new modal will pop up. It will prompt you to check that you're sure you want to delete the asset type. Click "Confirm" if you're happy to remove it.

  7. Once done, click "Close" or the "X" in the top right of the modal to close the pop-up. Your marker type is now deleted.

Click here to find out how to create a new asset icon.


Any questions or issues?

We're here to help! Simply pop us an at email support@tended.co.uk, WhatsApp us on 07713682625 or drop us a message via live chat from the blue bubble in the corner of this page or within the Dashboard 😊

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