RouteSavvy User Guide – 2.5 – Working with Folders
Folders are used to organize locations (addresses) in RouteSavvy, this could useful for different driver stops, territories, days of the week etc.
Folders can be created in a number of ways.
- Manually, click on the New Folder icon
- When adding multiple locations with the Data Wizard, a Folder field can be used to split imported addresses into multiple folders.
- Cluster into New Folders
Right-clicking or clicking on the wrench icon on a folder opens a context menu with a number of actions associated with folders and the locations they contain.
Zoom In to Folder – Option will zoom the map to the best view for displaying all of the Locations in the folder selected.
Show Folder on Map – This will hide/display the locations on the map, useful when you want to declutter the map to focus subset of locations. It will also improve performance to hide locations when working with large datasets.
Highlight Folder – Will add a yellow highlight to all of the locations in the folder
Unhighlight Folder – Removes the yellow highlight for all locations in the folder.
Export Folder to CSV – Will prompt for a local file to save the current folders Locations as a .csv file.
Add Folder as Stops – Will add all locations in the folder as stops, see section 3 on Route Planner
Delete Folder – Removes all the Locations from the map and deletes the folder.
Folder Properties – Will open a dialog window for editing icon style and name of the entire folder. Once saved the folder will reflect the edited features. Accept Geocoding Issues checkbox will accept a Location even if it has issues and changes the alert triangle to gray.
Cluster into New Folder – Will randomly group locations in a folder into subfolders based on their geographic proximity. Choose the number of clusters desired. Original folder remains unchanged, but the Show Folder on Map flag is turned off so original folder is not shown on the map. Delete clustered folders if you want to try again with a different number of clusters.