How to use the new Onix Tool Store app

After the initial setup for new Onix Tool Store app (2023) is completed, you can choose the usage mode that best suits your work:
  • Self-service: In this mode, you are a USER who can:
    • Perform equipment check-in, check-out and edit personal profile on your own.
  • Served: In this mode, you are an OPERATOR who can:
    • Perform equipment check-in, check-out and edit profiles for other employees in your company.
    • Connect and configure scanners.

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1. CHOOSE USAGE MODE

1.1. Enter Self-service mode and identify yourself

  • On the first time you use the new Onix Tool Store, you enter Self-service mode by default.
  • If you’re in Served mode and want to switch: Click on the hamburger icon on the top left → Sign out → You will enter the Self-service immediately.
  • Depending on your company’s settings for Onix Tool Store, choose the suitable identification method and enter the PIN/Password (if required).
    • If you have not got an account in Onix system, choose email method to create a new Onix Tool Store user account.

1.2. Enter Served mode and select user

In the Served mode, you become an operator who can do equipment check-in/check-out on behalf of another employee and manage user profiles at your company.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Have an active Onix Work user account in your company.
  • Be assigned a role and license that enables FULL ACCESS on Manage Tool Store privilege.

To enter Served mode and select a user:

  • Tap on the hamburger icon on the header → select Switch to Served mode.

  • Log into your Onix Work account → You will be directed to the User selection screen.

  • There are 2 ways of selecting a user before proceeding to a specific action:

    • Search for an existing user by scanning their ID card, or inputting their information in the search box.
    • Create a new user: Tap on the + button on the header’s top right à Enter relevant information → Save.
  • Afterwards, you are directed to the Action screen.

2. ACTIONS IN ONIX TOOL STORE

2.1. Check out equipment

  • In the Action screen, tap on Check out → Add equipment to cart by scanning OR searching from the list of equipment at your current location or area.

    • For stock and consumable equipment, enter the number of items to be checked out.
  • In the cart, tap on any equipment to view its details or remove it from the cart.

  • Tap on Continue after you’ve done adding equipment to cart → Enter the expected return date and place to be used → Continue.

  • Review information → Click on the top-left icon to edit place to be used or expected return date of equipment → Continue to complete check-out process.

    • If you’re using Self-service mode, Onix Tool Store will automatically sign out of your account after 30 seconds, leaving the app ready for the next user.

Important note:
Equipment cannot be checked out if it has:

2.2. Check in equipment and create issue

  • In the Action screen, tap on Check out → Add equipment to cart by scanning OR searching from the list of equipment at any location or area.
    • You can select another suitable view to find equipment more easily by tapping on the view’s name All equipment on the header.
  • In the cart, tap on any equipment to view its details, remove it from the cart or create a new issue.
    • By default, the issue owner is the current working location. The new issue always has NC status and is marked as To do.
  • Tap on Confirm to complete equipment check-in.

2.3. Edit profile

If you’re using Self-service mode, you can edit your own profile. If you’re using Served mode, you can edit profile of the user which is currently selected.

  • In the Action screen → Edit profile.
  • Change user’s name, pin code (if applicable) or connect the profile to a new ID card.

3. CONFIGURE AND TEST SCANNERS - ONLY IN SERVED MODE

Tap on the hamburger icon on the top left → Settings:

  • Scanner configuration: Connect or disconnect scanners and adjust their sensitivity.
  • Test scanner: Scan to ensure your scanner is working properly.