Is there a way to limit the technician's ability to dispatch themself for a job unless it is scheduled for that day? We have had an issue where techs are reviewing their first call for the following day and on occasion will mistakenly dispatch themselves the night before, which then sends the customer notification messages. I know this is a user issue, not a ServiceTitan issue, just wondering if there could be a safeguard built in? Thanks.
Has there been any changes or results regarding this question? We have a similar problem - we want the techs to see the next day's job without being able to work on it. A view-only mode essentially.
I have done this multiple times. I see a job pop up on my board and I dispatch. Usually it is caught in the office and corrected, but recently I showed up on a porch a day early. The customer let me in and it all worked out. Blocking visibility to my next days schedule would adversely affect my efficiency. I look ahead in the evening, or when I am restocking my truck so I can be sure I have what I need on my truck for the next day. Here is a solution that would work. If I try to dispatch too soon, have an alert pop up that says "You are trying to dispatch 24 hours outside the scheduled window (or 5 hours, or however many hours). Do you want to proceed? " That would eliminate most of those early dispatches. There are times when I have called a customer and dispatched a few hours early, so make it so I can still dispatch early. Just help me be sure I am not dispatching early on accident.