Advanced Configuration Editor and Expert Mode – Customize Account Features
With Route4Me’s Advanced Configuration Editor, you can add additional features and customizations for your account based on your unique last-mile routing, logistics, and business needs. Specifically, you can enable additional features, modify the user interface, customize how specific features work, enhance the performance of various system capabilities, and more.
In this guide, you can learn how to use Route4Me’s Advanced Configuration Editor to add, enable, and disable advanced account configurations. Additionally, you can find the list of advanced account configurations you can add and enable for your account.
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Open Advanced Configuration Editor – Configuration Editor Link
First, sign into your Route4Me account and then use this link to open the Advanced Configuration Editor. Further, you can find the list of the available configurations and learn how to add new configurations and manage added configurations. NOTE: To enable the Advanced Configuration Editor for your Route4Me account, please contact your direct Route4Me Routing Expert or Route4Me’s Customer Support Team.
Add and Manage Advanced Route4Me Account Configurations
To add a new configuration to your account, click the “New Variable” button in the top left corner. Next, add the configuration’s Key and one or multiple Values. Accordingly, the Configuration Key is a string or a line of code. The Configuration Values are one or multiple values that enable or disable the configuration, add custom configuration settings, etc. Next, click the “Save” button to add the new configuration or “Save + New” to add this and continue adding more configurations.
Accordingly, once the configuration is created, you can instantly access and manage it in the Advanced Configuration Editor. To do so, click on the gear icon next to the preferred configuration and then select the preferred action. Specifically, you can edit or delete the configuration and copy its Key and Value(s).
Hide Configuration Values in Advanced Configuration Editor
Additionally, you can hide the values in the added configurations that you consider confidential and don’t want to be visible. To do so, click on the gear icon next to the preferred added configuration. Next, check the “Hide Actual Value” box and then click the “Save” button to update the configuration.
Once the configuration is updated, its values are automatically hidden in the Advanced Configuration Editor and other places. Accordingly, configurations with hidden values are replaced by asterisks, and they have the respective checkmark in the “Hidden” column in the Advanced Configuration Editor.