Many fleet managers find value in being alerted whenever their drivers report any erratic behavior that might cause an accident or costly to their business. Fleetr provides a collection of alerts that lets a fleet manager be always on top of how his/her drivers are driving in the field. In this article, we will discuss:
- Notification history
- Notification configuration
You can access notifications by clicking on the "Notifications" button in our navigator on the left or by clicking the bell icon right next to our search bar.
Our notification module records the following events:
- Harsh braking
- After Hours
- Device Disconnection
More details on these below
If you find that you are getting too many notifications and want to mark them all as read you can go into the top of the history and you will see our "Mark all as Read" feature, by doing this it will mark all notifications as read but the history will remain.
You can also look up an exact date that you would like to see alerts for using our date picker right below the bell icon like shown above, this will allow you to filter alerts by day.
As a fleet manager, you can be in full control of the alerts you receive from your fleet. Fleetr gives you the ability to receive notifications on:
- Harsh Braking
- After Hours (can be configured in the admin module)
- Idling (a vehicle that is on but not moving for more than 5 minutes)
- Speeding (can be configured in the admin module)
- Device disconnection (after 48 hours of disconnection)
To configure what alerts you want to receive you simply go to the Notifications Module and go to "Set up notifications" at the bottom.
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