Mark Stops as Visited and Departed & Track Route Progress – iOS
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Route4Me’s iPhone multi stop route planner app is aimed at providing mobile and flexible tools for performing complex route optimization, route planning, and fleet management activities on the go. With Route4Me’s iPhone route planning app, you can easily track the progress of your routes and delivery progress in order to make sure that everything goes as planned.
Marking Stops as Visited and Departed from the Stops Screen
First, open the route that contains the stop(s) which you want to mark as visited and departed. To do so, tap Open Route on the Routes screen and then Confirm when prompted. Once the route is opened, it displays all the route’s addresses on the Stops screen.
To mark a stop as visited, tap on the Visited fingerprint icon on the stop. To mark a stop as departed, tap on the Departed fingerprint icon on the stop. Once a stop is marked as visited, it changes its color to yellow on the route’s progress map.
Marking Stops as Visited and Departed on the Map
To mark a stop as visited and departed on the map, first:
- Tap on the map next to the route’s name;
- Alternatively, tap on the map icon at the bottom of the screen.
Unvisited stops are displayed in the blue color on the map and the visited stops are displayed in the yellow color, allowing you to have better visibility into the progress of a multi stop route and enabling you to easily track delivery progress. Tap on a stop to open its information.
Use the arrows to navigate between stops. The i icon displays or hides information about a stop.
Mark the stops as visited or and departed by taping on the corresponding icons.
Tracking the Progress of a Route on the Map
You can track the progress of a route by either checking the visited/departed stops on the map or by checking the route’s progress map at the bottom of the screen. The blue-colored icons indicate that the stops have not been marked as visited and the yellow-colored icons indicate that the stops have been marked as visited.
Tracking the Progress of a Route on the Stops Screen
Once a route is opened, the Stops screen displays the progress bar where S stands for the start of the route and E stands for the end of the route respectively. The number of visited stops is displayed under the progress bar.