The track feature allows you to integrate multiple systems into one common interface and administer these independent instances, with one common configurable user base. This means that you can configure multiple instances of FIT as individual templates, with their own sets of fields and independent customizations. Then, you can carry users across instances, so they are able to access all of the tracks that are relevant to them.
The following diagram illustrates how the FIT interface handles this powerful concept, allowing you to manoeuvre between as many contexts as you wish.
Each separate system can be configured to look entirely different and it works with all skins.
A track is generally configured for a specific purpose. Therefore, we have bundled some basic templates with common configurations. Each template can be added as a separate track and then configured in exactly the same way as the initial system. These templates are meant to be used as guides, to ease configuration and to show you some basic ways to use the system.
A FIT system will always include a base track when it is installed. The addition of additional tracks allows you to set up separate looking systems which are linked through a common interface. There is simply a dropdown list in the menu bar which allows you to switch between sets of data.