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Task stages and interruptions

Task stages, interruptions and workflow rules (for going from one stage to another) are specifically configured for your company.

Basically, a task stage is a step you must execute in order to complete the task. For example, Moving to destination is a step towards completing the task. An interruption, on the other side, is an activity which does not directly contribute to executing the task, but which happens during the execution of a task. For example, Refueling. Once you touch a stage or interruption button, a confirmation window will pop up. Confirm the new situation by choosing Send.

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The new stage/interruption will be sent to the Frotcom Data Center and will become accessible to your company's fleet manager.

 

Next: Stages and interruptions automatic control

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