Using the Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

Route4Me’s iPhone app is designed for making your routing operations as fast and flexible as possible, focusing on the efficiency of your transactions. Whenever your drivers are out in the field or dispatchers are back at the office, both often have to work with large routes that contain dozens or hundreds of stops. Using the stops search enables you and your team to save a significant amount of time by eliminating the need to manually scroll and look for particular stops on large routes.

 

To use the stops search in a particular route, first, go to “Routes” from the navigation menu at the bottom of the screen. Next, open the route that contains the stops that you want to search for.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

The stops search is particularly useful when working with routes that contain a large number of stops. In the “Stops” section of the opened route, you can check how many stops the corresponding route contains.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

To use the stops search, tap on the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of the “Stops” screen.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

Next, input the information by which you want to search for stops into the corresponding field.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

For more convenience and flexibility, Route4Me’s iOS app enables you to conduct the search by multiple parameters. You can search for stops by Alias, Address, associated Order No, Invoice No, Reference No, First Name and Last Name of the associated contacts, as well as contacts’ Phone, E-mail, Customer Po, and Group values. You can also search for stops by Custom Data, as well as the text contained in the Notes that are attached to the corresponding stops.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

Once you found the stop(s) that you were searching for, you can navigatemanage, and modify them respectively.

Using Stops Search in Opened Routes on Your iPhone

 

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