Administrator tasks and actions


Admin tasks are those that only a designated Admin on the app can do. These tasks can only be done on the Reveal website.

 

Reset a Driver password

1.      Log in to Reveal.

2.     Select your account profile in the top right, then choose Admin in the dropdown menu.

3.     Under Drivers, choose Driver List.

4.     Find the driver in the list. 
(To search, choose Would you like to search for a driver?)

5.     Choose the pencil icon to edit.

6.      In the Edit Driver dialog box, enter a new password in the Driver Log Password field.

7.     Confirm the reset by selecting Reset Password.

 Note: The driver will not be informed that their password has been reset. Let them know what their new password is. Resetting a driver’s password does not log that driver out of the Logbook app. The driver must use the new password the next time they log in.

Enable Special Driving Conditions for a Driver

You can allow a driver to record time under special driving conditions:

•    Personal Use is when a driver uses the vehicle for non-duty-related tasks.

•    Yard Moves are when the driver moves the vehicle in a yard.

To enable special driving conditions, the driver must be set as ELD compliant in Reveal:

1.    Log in to Reveal.

2.    Select your account profile in the top right, then choose Admin in the dropdown menu.

3.    Under Drivers, choose Driver List.

4.    Find the driver in the list. 
(To search, choose Would you like to search for a driver?)

5.    Choose the pencil icon to edit.

6.      In the Edit Driver dialog box, ensure that the ELD Compliant checkbox is selected.

7.      Choose the Mobile Options tab.

8.      Under Enable tracking of, select or deselect the Personal use and Yard Moves checkboxes as required.

9.      Save the changes.

 Note: The driver must reset the ruleset in their app before using the special driving conditions. For more information, see Update the Central Configuration.

 

Change the Active Ruleset for a Driver

You can change the ruleset that applies to a driver (for example, Federal Property – Oilfield Exemption). The active ruleset may affect the restrictions placed on the driver’s hours of service (HOS).

1.      Log in to Reveal.

2.     Hover over your username in the top right, then choose Admin in the dropdown menu.

3.      Under Drivers, choose Driver List.

4.      Find the driver. (To search, choose Would you like to search for a driver?)

5.      Choose the pencil icon to edit.

6.      Choose the Mobile Options tab.

7.      If the Inherited from Account Preferences checkbox is selected, deselect it.

8.      Use the dropdown list in the Ruleset and Rule Cycle fields to set the required ruleset and rule cycle for the driver.

9.      Save the changes.

 Note: If you set the 16 Hour Short Haul Exception ruleset, you must also enter a comment before saving.

Run and Schedule a Driver Inspection Report

You can run a report on drivers’ vehicle inspections over a timeframe of your choice. You can also schedule that report to run regularly.

1.      Log in to Reveal.

2.      In the toolbar, choose Reports.

3.      Under Driver Logs, choose Vehicle Inspections Report.

4.      Select the vehicles or drivers for which to run the report.

You can select your entire fleet, certain vehicles, certain drivers, or certain groups.

5.      Select the report timeframe.

You can select a predefined timeframe or specify your own.

6.      Choose Run Report.

7.      To schedule the report as regularly occurring, choose Schedule Report.

8.      In the Scheduled Report dialog box, on the Frequency & Range tab, set the frequency and range.

9.      On the Recipients tab, select the people who are to receive the report.

10.   Save the scheduled report.