- The app versions remain the same:
Android: Native: 2.1.1, JS: 2.2.1
iOS: Native: 2.1.0, JS: 2.2.1
No changes have been made to the app in the last two weeks.
Work has been ongoing with code optimisation in preparation for adding new features.
A re-design of app appearance is also in progress.
Website Updates - New UI/UX:
A waypoint manager screen has been introduced to allow organisations to view existing waypoints and to add any new waypoints that are required for route creation.
There is a map that allows you to search for a location by postcode, location name or lat/lng. The map will zoom to the location required and show waypoint pins for any existing waypoints. To add a new waypoint you can click on your desired location on the map. This will open a modal with the name, address and lat/lng location of the waypoint. You can change the waypoint name so that this is familiar to drivers and observers in their app. You can also add an external ID to your waypoint to allow this to be distinguished if it shares a similar name with another waypoint e.g. two stops on the same campus or stops on either side of a road. Once saved the waypoint can be used during route creation.
Saved waypoints can be viewed in a table at the bottom of the screen. You can see the waypoint name, address, lat/lng and external ID. You can search for a waypoint by name or postcode to filter the results in the table. If you click on a waypoint in the table, the map will zoom to the waypoint so that you can see it's location.