The Dynotag System consists of ID Tags attached to Information Records (records, for short). When a third party person view the ID tag, they are shown the contents of the attached record.
- 1 About Your Tags
- 2 Editing Your Tags
- 2.1 The Tag Dashboard
- 2.1.1 The “Data Panel”
- 2.1.2 The “Function Panel”
- 2.1 The Tag Dashboard
About Your Tags
When you obtain a new tag, you first to “Activate” it into your account, and either create a new information record for it – or – attach it to an existing information record.
- Multiple ID tags can be attached to an information record.
- An ID tag can be attached to only one information record.
For example, you can get a Medical ID pendant and activate it, creating a Medical ID information record in the process. Later on, you can get a Medical ID Wristband and during its activation you attach it to your existing Medical ID information record.
In the Dynotag system. Information Records are the actual data repositories you create and maintain. Tags are the physical products you acquire – and associate with a record.
Note that INFORMATION RECORDS CAN ONLY BE VIEWED VIA A TAG THAT IS ATTACHED TO THEM. This is especially important for password protected information because in most cases, the viewer will have to enter the KeyCode on the specific tag in order to view the information.
Editing Your Tags
Once you activate your tag via the “Activate a New Tag” action, it exclusively belongs to your account and you (and only you) can manage it.
On your “My Records” page, under each record, you will see the tag(s) attached to that record. You can click on any of these Tag IDs to view that tag’s “Dashboard”, where you can manage your tag.
The Tag Dashboard
The “Tag Dashboard” consists of two sections:
1 – The “Data Panel”
2 – The “Function Panel”
The “Data Panel”
The Data Panel of the tag shows information that can be associated with the tag. These are the “Tag Title” and the “Record Attachment Status”
“Title” – A description you can enter for your ID tag
We suggest a physical description of the tag itself or the object it is attached to. Example: “Blue Wristband Medical ID” or “Samsonite hard side luggage, black”
“Status” – The current record attachment status for this tag
Displays which Information Record this tag is currently attached to…
“Record Type“- the currently selected record template for this tag
Each ID Tag has a list of Information Record types it can support (get attached to)
Of those, the most common record type for the tag is the initial record type. For instance, a Medical ID tag would have the “Medical” record type as the default.
“Record” – the Information Record attachment widget
This widget lets you perform one of the following actions by clicking the appropriate radio button. These are:
- Leave the record assignment of this tag as is.
This selection makes no changes and leaves the tag’s record attachment as is.
This selection will detach the tag from its attached record. The Tag will be “Parked” so you can attach it to another record later.
- Create a new record and attach this tag to it.
- Does exactly what it describes. The tag would be detached from its existing record. a new record would be created – and the tag would be attached to that instead.
Alternatively – you attach this tag to one of your qualifying records already in your collection. Example: You already have a Medical ID record attached to a Wallet Med ID tag. You just activated a Pendant Med ID tag and want to attach it to the same record.
If you have existing records that this tag may be attached to, you would be shown that list of qualifying records. Simply click the radio button of one of these – and the tag will be attached to that record instead of its current attachment.
The “Function Panel”
The Function Panel lists management operations that can be performed using this tag.
This is a shortcut action that will take you to the Management Screen of the Information Record this tag is attached to. (learn more)
This action will display the record this tag is attached to – in a new browser window.
This action will show tag specific detail information, such as the “Activation Keycode”
This action will display the Web Address for this tag, as well as an image of the QR code leading to it. You can right-click on the QR code image and save it for use as needed.
This action will start the “Warranty Replacement” process for this tag.
You can “Reset” any Smart ID Tag in your collection. This will effectively “Factory Reset the Smart ID tag, completely clearing its contents AND removing it from your collection. The tag will then be ready to be “Activated” by you or another user.
An alias is a memorable custom name you can assign to your tag.
For example, if your pet’s name is “Astro” with tag ID 1148-8557 – you may get the Alias Name “Astro” for your pet. This will enable you to view your pet’s information at dynotag.com/a/Astro – which is easier than remembering dynotag.com/1148-8557.
Alias names are available on a first-come first-serve basis.