The itopia Labs Admin Portal ( provides several Dashboard views for quickly monitoring and managing your Labs environment. The District Dashboard provides a high-level overview of your entire Labs District and subsidiary Schools. School Dashboards provide granular data on each School and its respective Classes.

Dashboard access may be delegated for individual Schools or to the entire District. When you're logged into the Labs Admin Portal (, you can switch between dashboards using the selector in the top-left corner:

District Dashboard

Compute Credits

The Compute Credits card provides a visual overview of the allocation and availability of Compute Credits across the entire District. Clicking the Details button will display the Billing Details screen, which provides a per-session report of Credit consumption for the current and previous billing periods.

Billing Details

Workspace Configuration

Workspace Configuration checks the status of the District's integration components with Google Workspace. You can enable, disable, or update the single sign-on (SSO) integration component using the Configuration button.


The Schools card provides a summary list of the Schools created within the District. Clicking a School's name will take you to the Dashboard for that School. You can also create, delete, or set Credit allocations for Schools using the menu options in the top-right; some options may be hidden in the overflow [ ] menu.

For more information on creating and managing Schools, refer to the following article: Create a New School.


The Admins card presents a list of users that have been granted some level of access to the District Dashboard. You can add or remove administrators using the menu options in the top-right corner of the card; some options may be hidden in the overflow [ ] menu.

For more information on creating and managing administrators, refer to the following article: Add Administrators for Your District.

School Dashboard

The School Dashboard provides much more granular details on a specific School within the District. From the School Dashboard, you can monitor usage several different metrics as well as create, manage, and delete Classes.

For more information on creating and managing Classes, refer to the following article: Creating Classes in a School

At a Glance

The At a Glance card provides a quick summary of the School, including the number of Compute Credits available to the school and the number of Classes that have been created. The available credits displays either the remaining number of allocated credits for the School or, if allocation is not enabled for the School, the total number of remaining District credits.

Fore more information on Compute Credits, refer to the following article: Understanding Compute Credits.

Activity Details

The Activity Details card provides a visual breakdown of the classes with the highest consumption of compute credits as well as a proportional representation of the applications that are used most often throughout the School, even if the applications are published in multiple Classes.


The Admins card provides a list of users with administrative access to the District. The Roles column specifies whether the access is inherited from District-level access or whether it is assigned locally at the School level.

Fore more information on District Administrator roles, refer to the following Add Administrators for Your School District.

Most Active Users

The Most Active Users card shows the users with the highest credit usage and session time during the current billing period. This is useful for monitoring activity and ensuring that students are not exceeding their expected usages.

Never Logged In

The Never Logged In card shows users that have been assigned to one or more Classes but have not yet signed in to itopia Labs. This is useful to monitor students that may be experiencing issues with Labs but have not yet reported them to their instructor.

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