Viewing Your Stops on Your iPad
Routes are synced from your web account to your iPad each time a new one is assigned to you. Managers and dispatchers, on the other hand, can see all the routes for their teams.
Tap “Routes” and see your routes listed. Your recently planned routes appear at the top of the list.
Also, you can switch between the synced routes view (routes assigned to you) and the draft routes view (routes planned locally on the device) by tapping the “Routes” drop-down at the top of the screen.
Finally, tap on your desired view.
Opening a Route
Each time you optimize a route, the Route4Me app automatically sets it as your active route. Also, every time you open the app, it defaults to the “Destinations” view where it displays the addresses of your active route.
If there is more than one planned route on your account, you can access the full list by tapping “Routes” at the bottom of the screen.
Select the route you want to open, and then tap the “Open Route.”
Finally, tap “Confirm.”
The route opens at the “Destinations” view and then becomes the active route for your account.
Searching for a Route
Your routes list displays all your planned routes with the recent one at the top. However, if you have multiple routes to choose from, you can search for a specific route by:
– Route name;
– Address on the route;
To search for a route, tap “Routes” and then tap the search icon at the top right corner of the screen.
Next, type in your search text, then tap “Search.”
The search returns all the results that match your search criteria. Multiple routes that include the same address or alias you are searching for also appears in the results.
Viewing the Stops on Your Route
View all the stops in your route on the left side of your screen.
Here you can view general route details, such as the name, schedule or distance of the route, as well as the sequence of stops included in the route.
To view detailed information for an address, tap on it in the stops list.
Next, tap “Destination Info.”
All the details associated with the stop are then displayed.