Currently, Badger Maps routes and optimizes up to 23 stops. If you need to route more locations than the set limit, a workaround that we suggest is to string multiple routes together. Continue reading this article to find out how it’s done using the iPhone app.
1. Open the Badger Maps app, and draw around the first 23 stops using the Lasso tool.
2. You’ll be taken to the Lasso page. Click Create Route to start routing these locations.
3. After that, the app will get you to the Current Route page. Tap Map to go back to the map screen, and click on the account pin of the 24th stop that you’d like to visit.
4. Next, click the Account Name at the bottom of the screen to go to Account Details, then tap Location, Copy the street address, and hit X to exit.
5. Go back to Route, and tap +Add Start/End Locations on top of your route list. Make sure that you haven’t set a default start/end location.
6. Click End, paste the address on the Search bar, and select the address that will appear at the bottom.
7. Tap Done, and you should see the End Location at the bottom of your route. Optimize if applicable, then tap Save.
8. Enter the Route Name (Route A for example), choose a date, and tap Save to save your first route.
9. You’re now ready to make your second route. Tap Clear, and go back to Map to select your next set of stops. Repeat steps 1 and 2.
10. Click Map again once you’re on the Current Route page, then tap the account pin of your first route’s 24th stop, and repeat steps 4 and 5.
11. Next, follow steps 6 to 8, but tap Start instead of End, and name the route as Route B.
12. You now have your 2nd route. Tap Clear, and go to Saved Routes to see the connected routes.
This is Route A
And this is Route B
Note: Follow steps 1 to 4 on this article if you want to track which accounts were already routed.