Many of our customers use alerts to receive a notification when a vehicle arrives at a specific location. But what if you need to know when a vehicle doesn't arrive at a location? Now, you can use the new “Expected at Location” alert.
The alert works exactly like you'd expect. When a vehicle doesn't arrive at a specific location at a specific time, a notification is sent to whomever you choose. It's basically the opposite of a Location Arrival alert.
Receive a text message when an important shipment is late, or receive an email when an employee doesn't arrive at a job site on time - just a couple of its many uses. You can even add your customer's phone number or email address if you want them to be notified as well.
How it works
- Choose a location (only one per alert).
- Choose which days of the week the vehicle should arrive at the location.
- Choose the time window during which the vehicle should arrive at the location.
- Specify recipients and vehicles — just like all other alerts.