In order to generate reports in Gopher for Chrome, you must first authorize and enable the Device Cache.
Authorize and enable the Device Cache
To generate reports in Gopher for Chrome, you must first authorize and enable the Device Cache.
- Open a new Google Sheet.
- In the top menu, go to Extensions > Gopher for Chrome > Launch Sidebar.
- Once the sidebar loads, click (Run reports) to access the reports section.
- Click Authorize.
- Sign in with your Google account, and confirm the required scopes and permissions.
- Click Allow. Once completed it will say you have successfully authorized the tool and you can close the window.
Refresh the Device Cache
At the bottom of the Run reports tab, there will now be a Device Cache section where you can refresh your Device Cache and Org Unit Cache.
Note: Only super admins can refresh the Cache. Those who are not super admins do not have the option to refresh the Cache.
Open Cache Admin Settings
Clicking on the Cache Admin Settings link will pop open a webpage where you can get high-level stats for your Device States and Auto Update Expiry (AUE). These charts are not drill-able from the web app but can be used as guides for you to use the reports from within the Reports tab of the sidebar to get further details. You can also force a full scan on your devices, contact support and access the Gopher Buddy Configuration panel (Premium license subscription required) from the web app.