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Resources for those using Routific's web user interface

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Adjusting your routes

Exploring the Timeline View

If your map is full routes, it might be difficult to see all your stops and drivers.
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Project Settings

Adjust your project settings: units, traffic, default duration, default load, overtime, and routing preferences.
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Make Last-Minute Changes to Routes After Dispatch

Make changes to routes that have already been sent to drivers. Live Tracking is required.
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Stop Priority (for Unscheduled Stops)

Sometimes there are stops that are more important than others.
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How to Reverse a Route

Reverse the order of your stops in one click.
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Locking Routes to Prevent Changes

Lock the routes you want to keep the same so that you can re-optimize the remaining routes without changing your locked routes.
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Driver and Stop "Types"

Assign certain stops to certain drivers using "type" tags.
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How to Distribute Stops More Evenly Across Drivers

You want the work to be more evenly divided across your fleet of drivers. Here are 2 ways to do it.
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Make Driver Shift Times Flexible

Allow drivers to start and end later than their set availability.
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Driver "Driving Speed"

Drivers' driving speed setting allows you to adjust your ETAs based on how quickly your drivers travel on the road!
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Explore Routific features

Set Time Windows for Stops

If your deliveries have to be completed within specific time range, fill out "time windows" in your stop settings.
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Stop "Duration"

A stop duration is how long you spend at each stop. Some businesses call this a "service time."
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Driver Capacity and Delivery Loads

Routific can account for both the load of your delivery stops and the capacity of your drivers' vehicles.
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How to Add Drivers in Routific

Add your driver profiles one-by-one, or upload a spreadsheet.
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Unscheduled Stops

Stops are marked 'unscheduled' when they aren't able to be included in your routes. Learn why, and how to avoid them.
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How to Make a Route a Round Trip

Set start addresses and end addresses for your drivers to make it a round trip.
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Use Geographic Coordinates (Latitude Longitude)

Enter lat-long GPS coordinates instead of addresses.
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Fleet "Capacity" and "Time"

Get a quick overview of your fleet's total utilization.
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Routific's Traffic Simulator

Routific's traffic simulator helps you plan for traffic on your route.
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How to Plan Driver Breaks

Your drivers need a lunch break. Here's how to factor break time into your route planning.
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