Choose a default tab for the Jobs menu.
View your jobs on a map, then auto-generate a route with directions and assign it to yourself or an employee.
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In an article series tackling what it's like Behind the Scene at a Process Serving Office, process server Jeffrey Worth is offering his perspective on the ins and outs of working as a process server. In one of his recent posts, he discussed the cloud and how it offers a secure storage solution.
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Add attempt descriptions, so you don't have to type them everytime, especially when you're on a mobile device.
Search for jobs by server name.
Search for jobs by date range and event type.
Save recipients whom you serve on a regular basis, such as corporations or individuals.
ServeManager is a tool that enables law firms to stay in close communication with their process servers and receive real-time job status updates.
There are now additional filters on the Jobs page. In addition to the previous filters, you can now filter by specific job statuses such as Out for Service or Non-Service.
We've added a checkbox under My Account > Settings to enable viewing of all jobs on the mobile site for Owners and Admins. If this option is left unchecked, Owners and Admins will only see jobs assigned to their user when accessing the mobile site.
There is an added option on the national affidavit to include a service fee. It is located above the signature block.
Now you can allow limited users to email clients and share notes, attempts and affidavits by enabling the setting per user.
Now you can quickly navigate using your keyboard to type hotkeys. Most are easy to find. If you see a button that contains an underlined letter, just type that letter instead of clicking the button with your mouse.