1. Enter the Location and Time

  • Enter the pick up address in the “pick-up” field and the destination address in the “Drop-off” field. You can also drag the pick up and drop off flags into the map at the center of the screen.
  • If the job contains more stops in the way you can add these by clicking on the blue + sign between he pick up and drop off flags. You can add up to 5 additional stops. If you want to remove a stop, click on the red minus sign button next to it.

  • Select now, if you would like the job to start immediately. This will become an ASAP job in the job list on the right side of the screen. Otherwise, choose later and select the desired time and date.

Below the label “assigns” is a list from which you can select a “Tminus” time. This will determine the time when a job will be assigned to a vehicle before the job is set to start. For example if your customer would like a taxi at 8:00 AM you could choose a Tminus time of 15 minutes so that the driver has the job assigned to them at 7:45 and thus has time to get to the right location.

2. Enter information about the passenger

  • Enter the name of the passenger and their phone number in the input fields under PASSENGERS

  • Set the number of passengers, bags, wheelchair availability and how many vehicles may be needed for this job. If you need to specify a certain vehicle type, for example “Minibus”, you can also do it in this section.
  • You also have the option to enter information about the job that may be useful for the driver to know, for example “Needs help with luggage”.

3. Enter extra information

  • You have the option to hard-assign the job to a certain vehicle or company, apply a specific tariff, specify a custom duration (as opposed to the one calculated by the system), or force a priority level.
  • Additionally, you can select tags to further customize the job to your passenger’s needs. For example if the passenger is non-smoking, you may choose a vehicle with this tag. You are able to create and apply any tag to both vehicles and drivers from the Admin Panel.
  • If the passenger is going from or to an airport or hotel, you can specify the flight and room number.

  • Using priorities: You can give priorities to your jobs, from 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest. The higher priority jobs will be auto-assigned first compared to the lower priority ones. This will allow you to give preferences to jobs marked with higher priority levels, you can use this if you have VIP customers, for example.

4. Check and Book the job you just created.

  • Click on check in order to get a preview pop up for the job with an estimated price and estimated time for pickup.

  • Click on book either in the check pop-up or the main button in order to create the job. In the latter case you will receive a pop up confirmation.
  • The Prev. Return button can be used if you want a return ride for a previously entered ride. You can learn more about this in the next section Modifying an existing job
  • Use the Clear button to clear the form entirely and start over.