Pinning a route will show you that route's stop list with each stop having an individual stop card. The top of the route stop list provides you with the route start and end dates and times, the number of stops, and the truck's capacity that is pulled from the Volume field #1 that was set in Aliases. Each stop card header displays its Account Name, the number of orders within the stop (see Consolidated Stops), a pan-to-stop button, Suggest alternate routes lightbulb, as well as additional actions provided by the Kebab Menu. See the Editing Routes section for additional information.
By default, the stop card will provide the stop’s planned arrival and departure times, time window, the Volume field #1 that was selected in Aliases (if nothing was chosen that section of the card will be blank), EQ code, and the boundary code if you chose a boundary file to route within the Wizard and violations if any are present on the route. You can add more information to the cards using the Card Layout Editor.
The Kebab Menu of the stop card allows you to unload the stop from the route or view the stop order details in DRTrack.
To view more information about each stop, you can click the (+1), (+2) indicator in the header and the card will expand with additional information. See Consolidated Stops below for more information.
TIP: Hovering over a stop card will highlight the corresponding stop on the map.
Card View or Grid View
Route stop lists can be viewed as cards (by default) or in a data grid. To toggle between them, click the Hamburger icon.
Once clicked, the grid opens up into a two-pane width; this is not resizable. All of the icons at the top of the unloaded order panel work the same way as if cards were selected.
Scrolling to the right of the grid will show a configuration icon, allowing you to configure the columns displayed. The configured data is retained between sessions.
The column will not resize based on the number of columns selected, you will need to scroll left and right to view all the details.
Columns can be rearranged by “grabbing” a column header and dragging and dropping to the desired position. These column orders will be retained between sessions.
Selecting a column header will automatically sort the data ascending and descending using the data in the column. The entire grid can also be sorted using the icon at the top of the panel.
Just like with cards, the rows in the grid for each order can be dragged onto routes to create new routes or add to existing routes.
To view the line items in an order, simply select the arrow next to the order and it will expand showing each line item associated.
On each stop card, you will see a blue number in parentheses. A (+1) indicates there is just one order on the stop. If you see a (+2) or higher than that means that stop is a consolidated stop and the number indicates how many orders are on that stop. Selecting the stop card header will expand the stop card and show you additional information about each order within the stop. The bottom four fields are pulled from the Volume and Stop User fields selected in preference aliases. If the stop has more than one order, you will be able to scroll through each order’s information by using the small arrows at the bottom of the expanded card.