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Because skolable makes safer and easier the children's requests. The parents are kept informed through notifications about the status of their children.

Once the parent requests his son, skolable notifies the school which by geolocation detects which of the students will go first, then dad, mom, or the tutor can pick the student up safely and avoid long lines.

The information corresponds to the name of the kid, the door where he’s going out, and the hour in which he requested.

Parents need to apply to the school for their pre-registration. Once they have done the pre-register, they will receive an email with a code to complete their registration in the application.

Consists in organized with other parents to take turns to pick up their children. The rounds can be occasional (for just one day) or permanent (the entire cycle).

Yes, in the groups is possible to add or put off only in the web platform. You just have to click on ‘’stop deliveries’’ and another click on ‘’edit group’’ there you can add or put off kids .

The parents involved need to organize to carry out a temporary round and request permission for only one day.

No. For security and efficiency measures, you can only request an individual account per parent, family member, or driver. Each account will have particular identification characteristics like car, notifications, and personal profile.

The driver or family member receives an invitation sent by the parent, this invitation has a 6-digit alphanumeric code which is used to complete the registration in the application.

SMS. SMS, E-mail, Whatsapp, By any other messaging application installed on the phone.

Any Android smartphone (with operating system version 4.4 or more) IOS (with operating system version 9.0 or more). Need to have GPS, camera, and cellular data service or Wi-Fi.

About the status of children’s, communications published by the school, requests of rounds by parents, and confirmation reminders at the time the child is delivered.

Refers to the state in which a request is:
Waiting: This indicates that the father made the request for his son, but the school has not received it yet. Requested: Indicates that the request made by the parent has already been received by the school. On the way: Indicates that the student is already on the way to the school exit door. Delivered: Indicates that the child was successfully delivered.

When the user disables the GPS and makes a request for a child. When the device doest have internet. When the school doesn’t start monitoring deliveries. When the device doesn’t have battery.

The school goes back to work on the traditional form that has before skolable until the internet service return.

Anyone can download it, however, for active it the user must belong to a school that uses the platform and that previously registered them.

The parent must notify the school as soon as possible: upon receipt of the notice, the school will block the access code and change the password. Once a new password and user have been established, the parent will be able to access from any other device without any problem.

The father will be able to come and manually request their son to the school.

Skolable uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) that protects the confidentiality, integrity, availability of systems and data of our customers in skolable. Through Spring Boot, we maintain and secure confidential data and resources

There's no need. Only parents, administrators, and teachers must have mobile devices, computer equipment (school: tablets or computers), and the Internet.

Yes, they can. They just have to selet the option of walking transport from their app.

Because skolable calculate by geolocation the proximity and time of arrival of the parents to the school.

No. it’s enough to have the option "only when used" activated.

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