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-With Route4Me, you’re always in control of your account. To edit or update your account, open the "My Account"​ tab in the navigation menu, then go to "​Account Settings"​. ​+With Route4Me, you’re always in control of your account. To edit or update your account ​information or settings, open the "My Account"​ tab in the navigation menu, then go to "​Account Settings"​. ​
  
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-You can check and change your [[ manual2:​tutorial5 | subscription plan ]] in the "​Account Type" section. If you want to upgrade or downgrade your subscription plan, click "​Switch Your Subscription Level" and you will be taken to the [[ https://​www.route4me.com/​public_upgradeAccount.php ​ | pricing page ]].+You can check and change your [[ manual2:​tutorial5 | subscription plan ]] in the "​Account Type" section. If you want [[ manual2:​tutorial5 | to upgrade or downgrade your subscription plan]], click "​Switch Your Subscription Level" and you will be taken to the [[ https://​www.route4me.com/​public_upgradeAccount.php ​ | pricing page ]].
  
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-You can update or edit and/or update your basic contact information,​ such as first and last name or the name of your company, the industry and company size. To keep your contact information up-to-date, you can edit or update your e-mail address and phone number. To improve the security of your account you can always [[ manual2:​tutorial10 | change your password ]] if needed. ​+You can edit and/or update your basic contact information,​ such as first and last name or the name of your company, the industry and company size. To keep your contact information up-to-date, you can edit or update your e-mail address and phone number. To improve the security of your account you can always [[ manual2:​tutorial10 | change your password ]] if needed. ​
  
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-In order to improve your Route4Me experience, you can upload a profile picture ​in order to personalize your account (.JPG/​.JPEG,​ GIF and .PNG file formats are supported).+In order to improve your Route4Me experience, you can upload a profile picture to personalize your account (.JPG/​.JPEG,​ GIF and .PNG file formats are supported).
  
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-To adapt your account to your current location, set up or update the following parameters:+To adapt your Route4Me ​account to your current location, set up or update the following parameters:
  
   * Specify the ZIP code for your location;   * Specify the ZIP code for your location;
-  * Select your preferred unit measurement (miles or kilometers);​+  * Select your preferred unit of measurement (miles or kilometers);​
   * Select the [[ manual2:​tutorial9 | preferred language ]] for the user interface from the options available in the drop-down menu;   * Select the [[ manual2:​tutorial9 | preferred language ]] for the user interface from the options available in the drop-down menu;
   * Select whether or not to receive email notifications whenever a route is planned on your account; ​   * Select whether or not to receive email notifications whenever a route is planned on your account; ​
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-Update or set up your [[manual11:​tutorial5:​chapter8|geofence preferences]] in the "​Geofence Settings"​ section (only available for account ownersbusiness plan subscription and up); +Update or set up your [[manual11:​tutorial5:​chapter8|geofence preferences]] in the "​Geofence Settings"​ section ​[[ manual2:​tutorial15 | (only available for account owners ​of the business plan subscription and up)]]
  
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-Input the real-time callback settings for the activity feed. Real-time callbacks permit third-party systems to receive notifications about every system and driver event, such as when a user manually generates a notification or when the system automatically logs a driver entering a Dynamic Geofence (TM). The callback is set at the account owner user level, so all activities detected by sub-users and sub-drivers are also sent to the callback URL.+Input the real-time callback settings for the [[ manual2:​tutorial14 | Activity Feed ]]. Real-time callbacks permit third-party systems to receive notifications about every system and driver event, such as when a user manually generates a notification or when the system automatically logs a driver entering a Dynamic Geofence (TM). The callback is set at the account owner user level, so all activities detected by sub-users and sub-drivers are also sent to the callback URL.
  
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