Tour the Monad web app

When you first log in to your Monad account, you see your connector map.

The connector map

Right now it’s pretty empty, but this is where you can see an overview of your different types of inputs, any outputs you have connected, and statistics about your Monad deployment.

When you have a connector enabled, a line connects it to the center statistics panel. If that line is blue, the connection is healthy. If it’s red, the connector has errors which prevent it from syncing, and it needs attention. A summary of connector statuses appears in the Monad panel in the center.

Connectors are organized by type, with Inputs on the left, and Outputs on the right. Eventually it’ll look something like this!

Connector details

You can click an individual connector to see a detailed list of the sync connection tasks. If a connector is in error, this is the first place you go to find out what happened. While Monad can’t fix errors for you (we wouldn’t show an error if we could fix it!), we can usually give you some clues about where to start, and you can find them in the task error messages.

Inputs and Outputs pages

Next to the Map you can find the Inputs and Outputs pages. These pages collect statistics about the syncs, tasks, and success metrics, for all of the input or output connectors on your account. You can also click into an individual connector from this screen to see the connector’s details. (It takes you to the same view as clicking a connector from the map.)

This page was last modified: 28 Jun 2023