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Company Manager

A complete guide on how to make edits to the Company Manager section of the LAL platform.

Olivia McKearney avatar
Written by Olivia McKearney
Updated over a week ago

Firstly, to access the ‘Company Manager’, you will need to navigate to the ‘Cog’ icon located on the top right-hand side of the screenshot below:

Once you select the ‘Cog’ icon, the dropdown menu will appear.

Here, you will select the option for ‘Company Manager’.

When on the ‘Company Manager’ page, under the ‘General’ heading you will note that the ‘Company Name’ is read-only and cannot be edited at this stage.

You can however make edits at this stage to information around the ‘PMR System’, ‘Phone Number’ & ‘Payment Method’ by free texting into the relevant text box.

You’ll also be able to edit the ‘Address’ by either editing the individual ‘Address Lines’ or by clearing the address and searching for an alternative in the search box provided.

To edit the individual ‘Address Line’, hover the cursor to the right of the relevant ‘Address Line’ to display the edit icon as shown below:

Once selected, you can free text before clicking on the green ‘Save’ icon to save your edits.

To edit the ‘Administrator User’ you can click on the downward arrow to display the drop-down menu, before selecting the relevant user.

Under the heading ‘Notes’ you will be able to detail information around general company notes, as well as notes specific to Mileage & Parking within the free text boxes provided.

Under the heading ‘Features’ you will be able to enable or disable select features by checking or unchecking the relevant check boxes.

For additional information on any of the features displayed you can select the question mark icon.

You will also be able to edit the ‘Week Start Day’ for the company's Rota by clicking on the downward arrow before selecting the applicable day from the drop-down menu.

Once you’re happy with the edits that you have made to your ‘Company Manager’, click on the green ‘Save’ button at the bottom of the screen to save your edits.

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