Using Recurring Trip Feature in Travel Tracker (Admins)
If you have trips that recur on multiple dates, this feature allows a user to enter an identical trip (going to the same destination during the same time frames) for multiple dates with one trip request. Once the trip is approved, it is split into multiple trips for each date, allowing buses and drivers to be assigned to all or to individual dates. Learn more on this video.
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Now learn about how to change bus and driver assignments on recurring trips - for example, you need to change the driver on all assignments for a recurring trip from today forward...
Changing bus/driver assignments on recurring trips (owners and admins)
If you use recurring trips, the Travel Tracker allows you to change bus and/or vehicle assignments for recurring trips. For example, if you have recurring trips every Monday and Wednesday through the rest of the school year and need to change the ...
How can I enter a recurring trip?
If your school district has given the option for you to enter a recurring trip you can use the instructions below. If your district has not turned that feature on you will not see the recurring trip button. The recurring trip MUST be identical (all ...
Searching for trips and assignments in one place (for administrators)
This feature is available for Travel Tracker Administrators only, but provides a quick way to search for trips and assignments at one time. For example, search for the word "Carowinds" to see any trips and assignments that reference the word ...
How do I Create a Duplicate Trip Request
How to Create a Duplicate Trip Request If you have several trips to schedule that contain the same information but occur on different dates, you can use the “Create Duplicate Request” option. Go to the Main tab and select Your Trip Requests - on the ...
Using the Trip Inquiry (Admins, Owners, Approvers, Finance, Bookkeepers)
The Trip Inquiry makes it easy for users to find trips based on various selections and criteria. Watch this video for tips on how to make the most of the Trip Inquiry. Watch this video on YouTube.