Color Code Orders – iPhone Route Planner App
Route4Me’s iPhone Route Planner is designed to make your routing operations and transactions as fast and flexible as possible, allowing you to effortlessly plan, optimize, and navigate routes of any complexity on the go. Route4Me’s software is compatible with such e-commerce platforms as Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce, bigCommerce, osCommerce, Squarespace, Volusion and other resources that are widely used by many businesses for supporting their e-commerce sites (learn more). With Route4Me’s iPhone Route Planner, you and your team members can color-code the orders imported from various e-commerce platforms. By color-coding orders you can improve the way your orders are organized and dispatched, as well as customize the way how you and your team members interact with different orders. For example, you may want to color-code your orders for indicating particular sales stages, client statuses, location types, visitation priority, or assign different colors to the orders from different e-commerce platforms.
To color-code your orders, first, go to “More” from the navigation menu and then go to “Orders” to open the list of all orders associated with your Route4Me account. Next, tap to open the order that you want to color-code.
After that, tap on the “Edit” button in the top right corner of the screen to enable editing. Next, tap on the circle icon and then select the color that you want to assign to the opened order.
To apply the changes, tap on the “Done” button in the top right corner of the screen. Repeat the process to color code more orders.
Route4Me provides near real-time data synchronization across all associated computer and mobile devices so that when you or your team members color-code orders using Route4Me’s iOS and Android mobile apps, all changes can be automatically synchronized with your Route4Me account and instantly become available on the Route4Me Web Platform and vice versa. To see if your current subscription plan includes access to the Route4Me Web Platform, please visit this page.