A new version of MobileDOCK has been released, and is live. This new version makes it easier for people who make and manage bookings to multiple destination locations to make those bookings through 1 single login, and see them in a consolidated list.
The intention is that the previous version of MobileDOCK will be retired in the coming months. Users of this version should begin using the new version in preparation for this transition. See below for details on how to register for the *NEW* MobileDOCK and begin using it.
MobileDOCK has been completely redesigned. The primary purpose of doing this is to allow easier access for the carrier and supplier community. This includes:
Your MobileDOCK account is now separate from your Dock Appointments username and password. The process for getting up and running with *NEW* MobileDOCK is:
Please refer to the video help links below to assist with getting up and running with *NEW* MobileDOCK:
The MobileDOCK Forums contain many Frequently Asked Questions in the MobileDOCK FAQ Forum
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