Using Barcode Scanner on an iPhone
Scanning barcodes instead of manually inputting data helps to simplify the workflow and perform tasks in a faster and more efficient way. Barcode Scanner also helps to lower the chances of possible misspellings and errors. To add barcode data to a stop/address using the Barcode Scanner on your iPhone, first, go to “Routes” from the navigation menu at the bottom of the screen, and then open the route that contains the stop to which you want to add barcode data.
On the “Stops” screen of the route, tap on the corresponding stop to open its options menu.
In the options menu of the stop, select “Scan Barcode” respectively.
Point your camera at the barcode until the app detects and reads it on the screen in green color. Make sure that the image is clear and sharp for faster and more accurate scanning. A beep sound indicates that the barcode is scanned.
Once the barcode is scanned, its data is added to the “Destination Info” of the stop. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to view the added barcode data.
To adjust the settings of the Barcode Scanner, first, go to “More” from the navigation menu and select “Settings.”
Then, scroll down to the “Barcode Scanner” section where you can adjust the settings according to your preference.