Wellaware LIFT 2.0 Web 101

An overview of the many features you can use in the LIFT Web application, including Reports, Maps, Summaries, Groups, Alarms, Charts, and more.

What is LIFT Web?

LIFT 2.0 Web is a web application that allows office users to interact with remote equipment connected to WellAware using any supported web browser.

LIFT Web Features

The following features are core elements of the LIFT Web software platform. Click a feature, or scroll through each of them below, for an overview of the functions of each feature.

Tenant-Level Features

    Group-Level Features

    Site-Level Features

    Tenant-Level Features

    The following features are available at the tenant level in LIFT Web.

    Tip: In WellAware, a "Tenant" usually refers to a company, though larger organizations may have multiple tenants based on their organization structure. In general, a Tenant is at the top of the WellAware hierarchy. All users have access to only a single Tenant, and the Tenant contains all Groups, Sub-groups, Sites, and Assets the user may access.



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    All WellAware data streams are organized under a Tenant > Group > Sub-group > Site > Asset > Point hierarchy. You can combine multiple sites into Groups or Sub-groups based on common characteristics, such as geography, customer, or area supervisor.

    Groups allow you to view items like Reports, Alarms, and Summaries within the context of a particular Group or Sub-group.

    Tip: Groups and sub-groups can have an unlimited number of sites, and sites can belong to more than one group.

    Every Tenant includes an "All Sites" group, which contains all of the Groups underneath that Tenant. By default, Admin users have access to All Sites, whereas non-Admin users will only have access to Groups they are assigned to.

    Caution: The All Sites Group cannot be deleted!

    Group-Level Features

    The following features are available at the Group level in LIFT 2.0 Web.


    The Group Summary view allows you to view relevant summary metrics for all Sites within a particular Group or Sub-group. You can search for specific Sites within the Group/Sub-group, customize data columns, Pin sites, enable Focus mode, or change your Filters.

    Tip: Each Group can have unique Group Summary columns.  See How to Use Columns to see how you can customize your Home screen.


    The Group Alarms view allows you to view all incidents belonging to Sites within that Group or Sub-group. From the Group Alarms screen, you can acknowledge Alarms, and drill down into specific Incidents.



    The Map View allows you to view all Sites within the Group or Sub-group on a map. Both Satellite and Classic map views are available. Sites with active alarms will appear with an orange icon. Clicking on a Site icon will allow you to navigate to the site Overview screen.


    Manage Group

    The Manage Group-feature allows Admin users to rename or delete the Group or Sub-group, as well as manage user permissions within the Group or Sub-group, specifically which users have access to the Group, and how specific users receive alarms generated for Sites within that Group.


    Note: By default, Admin users have access to all Groups within the Tenant.

    Site-Level Features

    The following features are available at the Site level in LIFT Web.


    The Site Summary screen provides a tabulated view by asset.   of important Site data, including the last reading with timestamp, variances, usages and calibration information.


    The Site Alarms screen allows you to view the entire Incident history for a particular Site. The Site Alarm screen provides all the same features of the Group Alarm screen but at the Site level, plus the ability to edit alarm conditions for that particular Site.


    The Chart Screen allows you to view trended time-series data for the particular Site. Certain data streams are charted by default, and all relevant time-series data is available for trending.

    The Chart screen allows you to choose from several preselected timeframes or choose your own custom time frame. You can also choose to view data with a logarithmic x-axis. 

    Finally, you can easily export all trended data from the Chart screen.

    Note: For optimal performance, timeframes longer than 1 month will only show daily rolled up values, which - depending on the data stream - may be the average or last value for that data stream on that particular day.


    For Sites that have a WellAware subscription that includes remote control capabilities, the Control screen will allow you to make remote changes to configured data streams. The Control screen also includes an audit log of all remote changes made to each particular data stream that includes username, command result, and timestamp.