Arrived and Done – Stop Statuses on iOS Route Planner
Route4Me’s iOS Multi-Stop Route Planner app provides seamless continuity through the route planning process all the way to route navigation, electronic POD collection, etc. Furthermore, our app enables you to easily record completed orders and track route progress in real-time. Specifically, you can mark route destinations as Arrived and Done on active routes.
Additionally, you can automatically synchronize your route progress in real-time between the iPhone Route Planner app and Route4Me’s Web Platform. Thus, you can save the information about completed orders, deliveries, service visits, etc. when out in the field and automatically sync it across multiple devices.
- Mark Stops as Arrived and Done to Track Delivery Route Progress on the iOS Route Planner
- Install Route4Me’s iOS Route Planner App on iPhone or iPad
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Open and Start Route on the iOS Route Planner App
First, open the planned and scheduled route that you want to navigate and complete. To do so, go to “Routes” from the navigation menu at the bottom and then select the preferred route. Then, tap on the “Start Route” button to start the route. NOTE: You can’t navigate and complete a route without starting it.
Mark Destinations as Arrived and Done to Track Route Progress
Next, you can start marking route destinations as Arrived and Done to record and track the route’s progress. Accordingly, tap on the “Arrived” button to mark route stops as Arrived and then tap on the “Done” button to mark the stops as Done.
- Arrived route destination status indicates that the driver has visited or arrived at the given route destination.
- Done route destination status indicates the order associated with the given route destination has been delivered or completed.
Undo Arrived and Done Route Destinations
Furthermore, you can undo visited and completed order or route destination statuses. First, tap on the “Undo Done” button to unmark the destination as Done or completed. Next, tap on the “Arrived” button to unmark the destination as Arrived or visited.
Skip Destinations When Navigating the Route
Equally important, our route planner app also allows you to skip route destinations. For example, you may want to skip one or multiple route stops due to order cancellations, rescheduled visits, etc.
If you mark a destination as Arrived and one or multiple previous destinations were not marked as Arrived, the app will automatically prompt you to mark all previously not visited destinations as skipped. Accordingly, the skipped stops are marked with the “Skipped” route destination status.
Undo Skip – Unmark Skipped Route Destinations
Similarly, you can undo skipped route destinations so that you can navigate to them and complete or deliver associated order(s). To unmark a route destination as skipped, tap on the “Undo Skip” button. After that, you can navigate to the given destination and mark it as Arrived and Done when needed.
Open Route on the Route Planner Map
Additionally, you can track route progress on the route map. First, to open the planned route on the route map, tap on the mini-map on the opened route. Then, tap on the preferred route destination on the map to open its information.
Track Route Progress on the Route Planner Map
Next, you can mark the opened route destination as Arrived and Done. Accordingly, the visited and completed destinations will have the “Done” status. Thus, you can see what stops have been visited and track route progress right on the map in real-time.
End Route – Stop Navigation on the Route Planner App
Further, after completing all needed orders and visiting all required destinations, you can end the route. To stop navigation and complete the route, tap on the “End Route” button at the bottom of the route. Accordingly, once the route is ended, you will not be able to navigate it and manage its route destinations.
Resume Route – Start Navigation on the Route Planner App
Additionally, you can always resume the route so that you can continue the navigation and manage route destinations. To activate the route, tap on the “Resume Route” button at the bottom of the route’s screen. Accordingly, once the route is resumed, you can start navigation to the preferred destinations and manage route stops.
Track Route Progress in Real-Time on Mobile and Web Route Planners
Furthermore, Route4Me supports real-time route data synchronization between the Android Route Planner app and Web Route Planning Platform. Accordingly, when you mark a route destination as Arrived and Done on the mobile route planner app, the route progress data instantly becomes available on the Web Platform.
For example, drivers can navigate routes on the mobile app in the field, and dispatchers and managers can track route progress in real-time from the office.
NOTE: All Route4Me Web subscription plans support access to Route4Me’s Android and iOS Route Planner apps. Route4Me’s Mobile subscriptions don’t support access to the Web Platform (website). You can learn more about Route4Me’s Web vs Mobile Subscriptions.