Training Thursday: Get Your Device Code + New Map Icons

active911Training Thursday: Get Your Device Code

We’ve given the app a new look when your device is unregistered, plus added seven new icons to our map data icon collection to help you find resources more easily.

It’s now much easier to pay in app if you’re running an individual-pay subscription. If you’re missing a subscription, or your existing subscription is expiring within 30 days, you will see the “Buy Now” option in the settings menu of the app. It’s a big blue button that will appear at the top of your screen. Super easy.

We realize that in the past, when you’ve added new subscriptions to an agency account, it’s been a hassle for admins to get everyone their device code, but it’s also an essential first step in getting the app up and running.

Now, after your agency members have downloaded the app, they will be walked through an easy and intuitive process for getting their device code and registering their device:

 

Fire department contract with Active911 OK’d

Active911

Village Council this week gave the fire department permission to contract with Active911, a software program and service for emergency services personnel that sends alerts directly to cellphones, tablet and computers.

Firefighters are currently issued pagers to carry at an annual cost of $9,450. The Active911 software and app will cost $390 a year for 30 firefighters (there are 27 currently), but Little said they wanted three additional apps should the need arise.

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