This tutorial will show you the basic steps to export your planned stops to CSV after planning.
If you wish to change the default headers for your CSV Export, you may edit them in your ElasticRoute account following Step 1, and the exported CSV will contain the edited headers.
If you do not need to change your CSV Export headers, you can skip to Step 4.
In the following example, some of the fields were edited as an example.
How To Set Up
Step 1: Navigate to Settings > Fields.
Step 2: Enter your desired field name under the Custom Header column.
|Default Header||Custom Header|
|Run No.||Job Run|
Step 3: Click Save when done.
Step 4: Go to Stops to export your CSV file.
Screenshot Of Planned Stops
Step 5: After planning your stops, you may click on the Export button, and select Export to CSV.
After editing the headers, the headers of the CSV would be as follows:
|D.O. Number||Address||City||State||ZipCode||Country||Latitude||Longitude||Starting Point||Assign To||Job Run||Job Order||ETA||Exception|
|Suntec City||3 Temasek Blvd||Singapore||Singapore||038983||Singapore||1.2946918||103.859158||Vehicle1||1||1||8:00 AM|
|Singapore Expo||1 Expo Dr||Singapore||Singapore||486150||Singapore||1.3352329||103.959893||Vehicle1||1||2||10:00 AM|
|Junction 8||9 Bishan Pl||Singapore||Singapore||579837||Singapore||1.35059015||103.848745||Vehicle1||1||3||11:00 AM|
If you wish to include the traveling time and distance between stops, refer to How To Export The Traveling Time And Distance Between Stops In CSV After Planning.