GPS: Record a custom message for parents to hear (Per Bus or All Routes)

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answered Nov 21 by YakovKantor
edited Nov 23 by yczehn
 
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We would like to inform you of the latest feature added to the GPS System.

As always suggestion and comments are welcome.

Instructions:

These messages are played before the detailed bus information.

 There are 2 message options:

  1. Leave a message for anyone that calls the GPS system. (IE. All busses will be leaving at 4:15 today)
  2. Leave a message for a parent that calls the GPS system, recognizing they have children on this specific bus by the current routes (Bus 34 is running 15 minutes late)

Important: When leaving a message for a specific bus, Keep in mind to specify the applicable bus number in your recording so if a parent has children on multiple busses, they will know which bus your message is referring to.

 How to leave a recording:

  1. Call into your JL GPS number
  2. Press the “*” as soon as the recording starts. While it’s playing “JLS”.
  3. Enter your password.

The system will then ask you to enter a bus number, or press Zero if you want the message for all busses. 

The next prompts are as follows:

Press 1 to record a message that will expire after a set amount of minutes, after that time it will auto delete.

Press 2 to record a message that will play until you delete it

Press 3 to delete the current message

Please Note: In order for this feature to work you must call into the office Ext 3, to have it enabled on your account.

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