Reveal updates: June
Customer success details, fuel integration, working hours and more
Here are some product updates to help you stay connected with what we are working on now and in the future.
Customer success manager contact details
We have added your customer success manager's contact details to the top of the "Contact Us" form in Reveal. To get to this page in Reveal, click on "Help" and then "Contact Us" in the top right corner.
Create your own fuel integration
Connecting your fuel cards links your fuel transactions and GPS information to help you manage fuel consumption. Create your own fuel integration is now available in the Reveal Marketplace, under Fuel Card Management. This enables a software engineer or 3rd-party developer to build an integration between Reveal and any fuel card provider.
Working hours and custom recurring jobs
We have added two new features to Reveal Field:
- Working hours: Set the default working hours to ensure that appointments are set up when the company is open for business.
- Custom recurring jobs: Set a custom frequency like "Every 2 weeks" for recurring appointments to help reduce manual scheduling.
Making self-install even easier
You can now use the Reveal Manager app's vehicle setup self-install flow to install a new plug and play tracking unit. We also have improved:
- Vehicle setup: A new tab will appear for all Manager app users.
- New error message: Ineligible users without a plug and play unit will be notified to contact us to schedule a professional installation.
Geofence alerts for non-powered assets
Are you looking for help identifying unauthorized use of non-powered assets like trailers? You are now able to set up geofence alerts for one or more non-powered assets in Reveal. You can also select what event triggers this alert and when and how you are alerted.
Assigning unidentified miles faster in Logbook
We will soon be improving assignment of unidentified miles for hours of service in Logbook. We will be removing the 48 hour waiting period before unidentified miles can be assigned to a driver.
FMCSA updating hours of service regulations
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) on May 14 published a final rule updating hours of service rules for commercial motor vehicle drivers. Once these updates are fully approved, there will be a period of 120 days after which drivers will need to be compliant with the new rules.
In case you missed it
Agricultural Commodity Exemption for HOS
Are you currently transporting agricultural commodities and wondering how you can take advantage of the FMCSA's 150 Air-Mile Agricultural Commodity Exemption using the Logbook app? We are here to help. See our help articles both for admins and for drivers.