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Managing the “Good News” alerts at the start of your commute

Managing the “Good News” alerts at the start of your commute

The Heads-Up feature sends Premium users the official view of their commute at the user’s stated travel time. Some riders want to suppress those alerts. To accomplish that, they may use another Premium feature: the ability to stop notifications from any given user. How to: When you see such a message in Recent Alerts, tapRead more about Managing the “Good News” alerts at the start of your commute[…]

Release notes for version 3.2.1

Release notes for version 3.2.1

New features: New Resources option: Social Remember the user’s preference on Departureboard (which routes, Show Departed Trains) Add a quicklink to Snooze Move the quicklink for Participate Give users control over bot-based messages Improve consistency and aesthetics of UI Improve social sharing from Recent Alerts Plus other fixes and tuning

When you don’t have a cell/wifi connection

When you don’t have a cell/wifi connection

Great news: Starting with version 3.1.7 (April, 2018), we started building offline capability into the Clever Commute app. This feature will evolve and improve over time. Experience it here: Participate (including the option to share Metrics) Each of the pop-up boxes will function even when there is no signal. For example, you will now beRead more about When you don’t have a cell/wifi connection[…]

Getaway Day Advice: Thanksgiving 2017

Getaway Day Advice: Thanksgiving 2017

As a service to commuters, we provide this getaway advice for those who are exiting NYC (via public transit) for the Thanksgving holiday. Read on for: A look back at 2016: “What happened on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving last year?“ Clever Commute’s “FIVE T’s” – the key to a stress-free commute on get-away day. (1) What happened onRead more about Getaway Day Advice: Thanksgiving 2017[…]