Customize your application to your convenience through settings, click on the Icon placed at last in your left navigation.
Upon selection of the Settings option, you'll be greeted with the below interface.
To customize each setting, click on each option, and it will expand to view the entire list of sub-settings, related to the main.
1.1. Settings: Checklists
This option will allow creating a set of checklists, that’ll allow you to provide a guideline to the service provider when undertaking a job. You can create multiple checklists, with specific fields and actions defined for each.
Following is a guide on how to create a checklist.
Here is a drafted checklist, to get an idea of how to create your guidelines.
The templates that you’re created here can be added to each job during the assignment, in order to make the sure process and let the service provider double-check on any task that needs to be done.
1.2. Settings: Work Calendar
Through this setting, you are able to define your working hours.
This isn't mandatory, we advise you to fill the timings. This is mainly because once you define your working hours, it'll be reflected on your Administrator's dispatch board. Therefore, when they assign and schedule jobs for you, it'll be according to your own convenience.
If not, it would be rather inconvenient for both parties.
The system shall identify your working days by the number of days that are being checked, and others will be considered as non-working.
Working Distance: The km defined here are extracted from the figure entered during the registration. It will allow you to receive job alerts within this radius, having your business location as the central point.
Jobs nearby radius: This is applicable when opportunities are presented through an on-demand option, where you’ll be alerted of Job opportunities when you are out in the field if it’s within the distance specified here.
1.3. Settings: Security
Enable this and you will receive an SMS each time you log in to the website. You will need to enter this code to be able to log in. Note that this is not applicable to mobile devices.
1.4. Settings: Communication Preferences
From the above setting, you are able to customize the way you are being notified of specific system actions. Note that you will always receive the default communications from the system.
1.5. Settings: Device Settings
As a security precaution, you are able to temporarily revoke access for all devices that you have logged into and don’t have access to.
Once you click the Revoke option for any platform or both of them, it will disable accessing your account from all devices according to the platform you’ve chosen above, except the device you gave the command from.
E.g. From your MacBook you revoke permission for iOS devices. In such a case you are able to log in from any Android device, but unable to do so through devices that are run by iOS except for the MacBook, you’ve given the command from.
If you revoke access permission for both platforms, devices from both platforms will not let your account be logged in except for the device that you enable the action to revoke. Access can be granted by logging from the same device and activating access.