New this month
- Universal table
- Business rules
- Custom user roles
Easier ways to view and manage emission measurements
It's now much easier and faster to enter, view and manage your carbon emission measurements on Sweep.
There's a new, customisable, table that shows you at a glance everything you've input and where measurements are incomplete.
It includes any custom columns from your own CSV file that you have uploaded, and you can edit data more easily using new bulk edit features and business rules (see below).
Go to the Measure section and the All data tab to view the new measurement table.
Bulk edit is a new feature that lets you quickly edit multiple data fields all in one go.
Click on the Edit button ad tick the boxes of the rows you would like to change. Then click on Bulk edit and choose which column you want to edit (Emission factor, Activity data, etc.). Enter the correct value and hit Done when you’re finished.
Handle emissions data automatically
Business rules are a smart, flexible and fast way to manage and edit your emissions data. You simply set up a rule to tell Sweep what to do with data that meets a certain criteria.
Rules are most useful when handling large amounts of data, and when you have to import similar datasets repeatedly – if you upload a new data export from your systems every month, for example.
To create a new rule, click on Bulk edit + rule + new rule. You can then apply the rule to take effect when you input new data or to data that's already in your Sweep table.
Tailor Sweep to your team
You can now create your own user roles and manage your teams more easily.
Roles determine the permissions for each user – which parts of Sweep they can access and what they have permission to do (measuring emissions, for example, or editing, reporting or auditing).
You can give users default Sweep roles, such as Architect or Reporter, which with have access and permissions pre-defined.
Or you can create your own custom roles. Go to the Users tab in your Account settings then choose Roles. From there, click on New role.
You can also change the permissions and access levels for the custom roles you've already created, and assign users different roles.