The Rideshare Guy runs a blog and email list that shares tips, resources, and news for rideshare drivers. Victor, our CEO, recorded a video with him walking through how Scooter Map can help scooter chargers make more money.
The scooter companies (Bird, Lime, Skip, Wind, Spin, Voi, Wind, Tier, etc etc) all give you a map with a bunch of markers. But markers on the map are… markers on the map. To truly understand if a scooter will be where it says it is, you will need more than just a marker on … Continue reading Use Street View to Maximize Your Earnings
Push notifications for nearby scooters help you grab scooters that show up on the map before anyone else. But that means those push notifications need to come in fast. In peak times, a scooter can be picked up in minutes. So you need to know about it before anyone else. Our new notifications service ensures … Continue reading Faster Notifications and View Previous Notifications
Today we are pumped to roll out Optimal Routing on Scooter Map. Our Optimal Routing algorithm uses driving directions and our Likelihood Score in order to calculate the route that will maximize your earnings. Here is how you can generate an optimal route: Load scooters on the map around you. Filter out scooters that you … Continue reading Use Optimal Routing to Maximize Your Earnings
As a charger, you want to be tracking your earnings over time. And if you charge for multiple companies, you want to see all of your earnings in one place. Today, you can import and view your payments from Bird and Lime in the Scooter Map app. To import your payments: Go to the profile … Continue reading View Bird and Lime Payments in Scooter Map App
We have heard from you that it is frustrating to switch between Scooter Map and the apps provided by the scooter companies. We are working to allow you to do all of your charging in the Scooter Map app. Today, you can view your scanned scooters from Bird and Lime on our Inventory screen. This … Continue reading See Scanned Scooters in Scooter Map
There are two type of app updates that we use: App Store Updates and Over the Air Updates. App Store Updates You are probably familiar with this kind of update. On Android you will go to the Play Store. On iOS, the App Store. You then download a new version of the app. We push … Continue reading How App Updates Work