Our scanning feature can be used in two separate ways.
First, scanning to load guarantees that the operators are loading the appropriate items in their vehicles. Below are some screenshots for more information.
Step 1 Your operators will start by clicking on the actions sections in the footer of the smartphone app.
Step 2, they can click the scanning button to launch the scanner, as shown in the image below.
Step 3, the operator can scan the barcode. If the barcode being scanned belongs to the operator, they will receive a “success notification. If the barcode being scanned is not among the barcodes assigned to the operator, they will receive an “Alert” letting them know that the barcode they are scanning is not assigned to their route.
Step 4, The operator can return to the actions section and review if the barcodes assigned to their route have been scanned by checking the progress bar on the top. A job with a green checkmark signifies that all barcodes assigned to this particular job have been scanned. Any job that does not have the green checkmark illustrates barcodes that have yet to be scanned.
Second, scanning to deliver guarantees that the operators are providing the appropriate items to the current job, which is in progress. Below are some screenshots for more information.
Step 1 Your operators will access the jobs action page.
Step 2, launch the scanner by clicking on the scanning button. Once the barcode is scanned, it will display the appropriate action and mark it as completed. If the barcode scanned is not assigned to the job currently in progress, an alert message will notify the operator that they are scanning the wrong barcode.
If the smartphone’s camera encounters difficulties scanning the barcode, the operator can turn on the flashlight within the scanning app.
If the label is damaged and the operator cannot scan the barcode, they can enter the barcode ID manually within the scanning app.