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Guides on setting up your Dropboy account
How to set up stop grouping
How to set up stop grouping In Dropboy you can determine which parameters your want to use in order to automatically group stops on a trip. The standard is to use these 3 fields together: Company name Address Zipcode You can however adjust it to your liking.
How to set up rulesets
How to set up rulesets Rulesets define what a driver can and must do, when completing a stop. The rulesets are quite powerful, so in this article we will first go through what you can do with the rulesets and then afterwards go through how to set up a ruleset. Ruleset options Require reason for failed cargo items (when not picking up/delivering a cargo item). Allow/disallow grouping of cargo items. Allow registering grouped cargo items as one. Allow signature for stop.
How to set up my network
How to set up my network The network is used to connect companies in order to work together. Setting up a network connection and contracts allows you to have a transparent work process between 2 companies where the shipper can easily see status on their deliveries, allowing for a high level of efficient self-service. In this guide we will show you how to set up and manage your network. Setting up the network connection The first part of working together with another company, is to
How to set up trip templates
How to set up trip templates Trip templates are intended for regular trips, but can also be used for non-regular trips. A trip template, as the name suggests, is a template from which a trip instance can be generated. For instance, if you have a regular trip in the South Copenhagen area on weekdays, you may have a specific trip template for this purpose, along with a Tray that is fed orders through the Routing Rules. Whenever the tray is emptied to trip(s), it will generate one or more tri