To log in to Wax LRS, go to https://<yoursitename>.waxlrs.com (this is your site specific login page). Enter your username and password to login. You can also login on the main page at https://www.waxlrs.com, where you will be asked to manually enter your site name in addition to your login and password.
To logout of Wax LRS, simply click the logout button in the top right of the dashboard. Wax LRS will automatically log users off after a period of time without activity.
If you have forgotten your password, click the “Forgot Password” link below the “Wax On” button on your site specific login page at https://<yoursitename>.waxlrs.com. When you request to reset your password, you will be emailed a password reset link. Follow the instructions and select a new password. Password reset links are only valid for 24 hours. Administrators can also reset passwords for other administrators on the settings page.
Wax LRS is designed so that you can easily browse your data and view
various reports. Once you've logged in, you'll see that on every page there is an indicator showing the current page
you are browsing, on the the green bar across the upper middle of the screen. As you navigate around, the information in the bar will update based on which section of the LRS you are in.
Below that, the center pane contains all your reports, summaries, and activity stream
data (the date range for all data and reports starts from the beginning of your use of Wax LRS).
On the menu on the left static pane, you’ll find the corresponding links to the sections in the center pane. Most data is presented in the form of links so you can instantly browse the page you need.
You can view pages for activities, agents (people), and verbs. All reports
(standard & custom) are presented conditionally based on the data available in the LRS, so when you first login you aren’t likely to see any reports.
page contains an activity stream of relevant statement data that can be
expanded for additional detail by clicking on the arrow to the right of the
statement. The activity stream is ordered chronologically with time-scale
hinting on the left side.