3 simple steps to use our Route Planner
Step 1 – ADDRESSES.
Step 2 – GOALS.
Step 3 – RESULTS.
Step 1 is where you import a file with your addresses or type them into the address list.
We recommend having all the addresses in Excel file and importing this file to our route planner. This way, you have all the addresses on your local computer and you don’t have to worry about losing your data.
Once you entered your addresses and made sure they were recognized properly, click Next and move to step 2.
Step 2 is where you set any parameters you need.
We recommend using these parameters in order to get a better picture of the time it takes you to follow your route. For example, this is where you enter your departure time, which is when you start your route.
This is also where you plan multiple routes by setting the number of routes, the maximum duration of your route or number of stops in each route.
Once you entered the constraints you wish our route planner to follow, click Plan My Route and move to step 3.
Step 3 is where you review your planned route and get to use it in all kinds of ways.
You can save your route online, export it to your local computer, email it to your driver with driving directions and a GPS file, etc.
When you review your route, you can modify it by going back to step 2, and setting different parameters or by manually moving addresses.
You can select the addresses you want to move or draw a polygon.
around them and click Manual Changes
to choose where these addresses should be moved to.
+ Find out how to import contacts.
+ Find out more about start address and end address.