Manual

Explore modules from the app:

Registration and login

a. Registration

Register to use the Goodloading application. Registration is completely free, and after creating an account, you can use the free version of the application or purchase PRO.

Registration is done on the website: https://app.goodloading.com/en/auth/register.

You can register for the application using Google, Facebook, TransID account or by entering your e-mail address. When registering through the form, you will be asked to provide your role. Indicate whether you work in a forwarding, transport or manufacturer company or if you are a student. This information is only needed for statistical purposes.

If you register via e-mail, you will receive a message with an activation link in your mailbox. After clicking the confirmation link, you can start using the application.

You can delete your Goodloading account at any time.

b. Login

If you already have an account in the application, you can log in from any device.

After logging in on mobile devices, you cannot edit projects, but you can preview or share the data saved in your account.

You can log in to the application on the website: https://app.goodloading.com/en/auth/login.

First steps in the application

Are you starting to use the application? Explore the modules within the app:

  1. Adding loaded space and loads. Click + to open the loaded space and load creation modules.
  2. If you are using saved loaded spaces and loads, just click on the list icon to open the quick selection module. You will find all your saved loads and loaded spaces there.
  3. The loads and loaded spaces you’ve added to a project will be listed in the added loads list. You can move loads between spaces on this list. You can also edit or remove the added loads and spaces from the list.
  4. Do you have specific requirements, how should the application arrange your loads? Go to the algorithm settings to customize them.
  5. You will see the entire project on the visualization, you can freely rotate it and move the added loads manually.
  6. Under the visualization, you will find detailed information about the loading – dimensions of the space, number of loaded loads, their total weight, unused space in m2, occupied and free space in m3, occupied and free LDMs, and in the case of axle loads, the degree of their load.
  7. Additional options are available on the top bar, including creating a new project, importing load from a file, generating a sharing link, and accessing other detailed load settings. You will find a detailed description in this module.
  8. In the upper right corner you will find additional options – notifications, your account and the ability to extend the application to full screen.

You can pay for access to the PRO version through your user account.

Managing the loaded space

a. adding a vehicle

  1. Once in the app, click Loaded space to add a vehicle to your project.
  2. In the top panel, select Vehicle.
  3. You can select a vehicle from the list:
    – click Add to add it to the project without changes.
    – click on the pencil icon to edit the vehicle before adding it to the project.
    The list displays vehicles that are already added in the application by default, as well as those saved by the user on their account”
  4. If the quick selection list doesn’t include the spaces you want to work with, you can manually enter their dimensions. Click on Create your own.
  1. Enter the name, length, width, height, and the quantity of vehicles of a particular type that should be added to the project. In Goodloading, you can plan loading for multiple vehicles simultaneously.

    While creating a vehicle, you can also specify its capacity and indicate the loading direction – from the right, from the back, from the left, from the top. This information allows the algorithm to consider the loading direction when planning the arrangement.

Values in the program are entered in centimeters and kilograms unless the user changes the units to inches and pounds.

While creating a vehicle, you can add points along the route, double trailer, axle loads, wheel arches,
cooling unit and variofloor – which is described in detail below.

  1. Click Save if you want the loading space to be added to your account and displayed on the quick selection list. You can edit or delete it at any time.
  2. Once you have finished entering all the vehicle details, click Add to include the space in the project.
  3. To delete all the entered data and start entering anew, click on the trash icon.
  4. By clicking the arrow icon, the system will restore the data to the initially entered values.

If you want to add other loading spaces to the project, simply follow the same process after adding the first one.

Double trailer

  1. You can add a vehicle with a second trailer as a set. Click on Double trailer in the top panel to add a trailer to the vehicle.
  2. Provide the length, width, and height of the trailer. Just like with the first vehicle, you can specify its capacity and loading direction.
  3. If you have completed entering all the vehicle details, click Add.

Axle loads

  1. Click on Axle loads in the top panel to set them for a given vehicle.
  2. You can set axle loads for a single semi-trailer, and if you have chosen the Double trailer option, for both the trailer and the semi-trailer.
  3. For each axle, enter the detailed data separately. Select the axle and then enter its dimensions. Remember to fill in the data for all axles.
  4. Complete the following data for each axle:
    – Distance from the front of the semi-trailer
    – Axle load without weight
    – Max. permissible load
  5. You can adjust the axle position on the truck diagram by sliding the slider. In this way, the distance from the front of the semi-trailer is automatically entered based on the slider’s position.
  6. If you have completed entering all the vehicle details, click Add.
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Wheel arches

  1. If you want to exclude wheel arches from the loading space, go to the Wheel arches tab.
  2. You can set wheel arches for a single semi-trailer, and if you have chosen the Double trailer option, for both the trailer and the semi-trailer.
  3. Complete the following data:
    – Distance from the door
    – Width of wheel arches
    – Height of wheel arches
    – Length of wheel arches
  4. On the preview, you will see what the wheel arches look like on the vehicle.
  5. If you have completed entering all the vehicle details, click Add.

Cooling unit

  1. If you want to exclude the cooling unit from the loading space, go to the Cooling unit tab.
  2. You can set the cooling unit for a single semi-trailer, and if you have chosen the Double trailer option, for both the trailer and the semi-trailer.
  3. Fill in the following data:
    – Height of floor positioning
    – Width
    – Height
    – Length
  4. On the preview, you can see what the cooling unit looks like on the vehicle.
  5. If you have completed entering all the vehicle details, click Add.

Variofloor

  1. If you want to add a double floor in the loading space, go to the Variofloor tab.
  2. Variofloor can be set for a single semi-trailer, and if you have chosen the Double trailer option, for both the trailer and the semi-trailer.
  3. Complete height of floor positioning, its thickness and capacity.
  4. In the preview you will see what Variofloor looks like on the vehicle.
  5. If you have completed entering all the vehicle details, click Add.

b. Adding a sea container

  1. After entering the application, click on Loaded space to add a sea container to your project.
  2. In the top panel, select Sea container.
  3. You can select a container from the list:
    – click Add to add it to the project without any changes.
    – click the pencil icon to edit the container before adding it to the project.
    The list shows sea containers added by default in the application, as well as those saved by the user on their account.
  4. If the quick selection list doesn’t include the spaces you want to work with, you can manually enter their dimensions. Click on Create your own.
  1. Fill in the name, length, width and height as well as the quantity of containers of this type that should be added to the project.
    While creating a container, you can also add its load capacity and specify the loading way – from the right, from the back, from the left, from the top.
    Values in the program are entered in centimeters and kilograms unless the user changes the units to inches and pounds.
    When creating a container, you can add points along the route, double trailer, centre of gravity, cooling unit, and door size – we provide detailed information below.
  2. Click Save if you want the loading space to be added to your account and displayed on the quick selection list. You can edit or delete it at any time.
  3. When you have finished filling in all sea container details, click Add to add the space to the project.
  4. To delete all the entered data and start entering anew, click on the trash icon.
  5. By clicking the arrow icon, the system will restore the data to the initially entered values.

    If you want to add other loading spaces to the project, simply follow the same process after adding the first one.

Double trailer

  1. A sea container can be added in a set with a second one. Click Double trailer in the top panel to add it.
  2. Provide the length, width and height of the sea container. You can also indicate its capacity and loading way.
  3. After completing all the data about the container, click Add.

Centre of gravity

  1. If you want to add a centre of gravity in the loading space, go to the Centre of gravity tab.
  2. You can set the centre of gravity for a single container as well as for a set of containers.
  3. Check Display centre of gravity if you want it to be visible in the visualization.
  4. Fill in the values: length tolerance, width tolerance and container weight.
  5. After completing all the data about the container, click Add.

If the weight and distribution of the added loads cause the deviation of the centre of gravity to exceed the value indicated by the user, the application will inform the user about it.

View of the application after the center of gravity has passed
View of the application after evenly distributed loads

Cooling unit

  1. If you want to exclude the cooling unit from the loading area, go to the Cooling unit tab.
  2. You can set the Cooling unit for a single container as well as for a set of containers.
  3. Complete data such as:
    – height of floor positioning
    – width
    – height
    – length
  4. On the preview you will see what the Cooling unit looks like on a sea container.
  5. After completing all the data about the container, click Add.

Door size

  1. Go to the Door size tab to add it to the container project.
  2. You can set the door size for a single container as well as for a set of containers.
  3. Complete data such as:
    – Door width
    – Door height
  4. On the preview you will see what the door on the container looks like.
  5. After completing all the data about the container, click Add.

c. Adding an air container

  1. After entering the app, click on Loaded space to add an air container to your project.
  2. In the top panel, select Air container.
  3. You can choose a container from the list:
    – click Add to add it to the project without any changes.
    – click on the pencil icon to edit the container before adding it to the project.
    The list displays both default air containers included in the app and the ones saved by the user on their account.
  4. If the quick selection list doesn’t include the spaces you want to work with, you can manually enter their dimensions. Click on Create your own.
  1. Fill in the name and then choose the type of container – single-sided or double-sided.
    Pay attention to the container markings in the image – they indicate which values should be entered in the fields. Provide the length, width, base, height D and C, and the quantity of containers of this type to be added to the project. While creating the container, you can also add its capacity.
    Values in the program are entered in centimeters and kilograms unless the user changes the units to inches and pounds.
    When creating a container, you can add points along the route and the centre of gravity – we will explain this in detail below.
  2. Click Save if you want the loading space to be added to your account and displayed on the quick selection list. You can edit or delete it at any time.
  3. If you have finished filling in all the information about the air container, click Add.
  4. To delete all the entered data and start entering anew, click on the trash icon.
  5. By clicking the arrow icon, the system will restore the data to the initially entered values.

    If you want to add other loading spaces to the project, simply follow the same process after adding the first one.

Centre of gravity

  1. If you want to add a centre of gravity in the loading space, go to the Centre of gravity tab.
  2. You can set the centre of gravity for a single container as well as for a set of containers.
  3. Check Display centre of gravity if you want it to be visible in the visualization.
  4. Fill in the values: length tolerance, width tolerance and container weight.
  5. After completing all the data about the container, click Add.
    If the weight and distribution of the added loads cause the deviation of the centre of gravity to exceed the value indicated by the user, the application will inform the user about it.

d. Adding pallets

In the app, you can add pallets both as loading spaces and as individual loads. If you want to distribute goods on pallets, add them as loaded spaces.

  1. After entering the app, click on Loaded space to add a pallet to your project.
  2. In the top panel, select Pallets.
  3. You can choose a pallet from the list:
    – Click Add to add it to the project without any changes.
    – Click the pencil icon to edit the pallet before adding it to the project.
    The list displays both default pallets included in the app and the ones saved by the user on their account.
  4. If the quick selection list doesn’t include the spaces you want to work with, you can manually enter their dimensions. Click on Create your own.
  1. Fill in the name, length, width, and height of the pallet – which refers to the height of the empty pallet, as well as the maximum height – which indicates the maximum height the pallet base and the goods stacked on it can have. Also, add the quantity of pallets and their maximum capacity.
    Values in the program are entered in centimeters and kilograms unless the user changes the units to inches and pounds.
    When creating a pallet, you can specify the vehicle it will be loaded onto later. We will explain this feature in detail below.
  2. Click Save if you want the loading space to be added to your account and displayed on the quick selection list. You can edit or delete it at any time.
  3. If you have finished filling in all the information about the pallet, click Add.
  4. To delete all the entered data and start entering anew, click on the trash icon.
  5. By clicking the arrow icon, the system will restore the data to the initially entered values.
    If you want to add other loading spaces to the project, simply follow the same process after adding the first one.

Loading to vehicle

In order for a pallet with a load stacked on it to be loaded onto another loaded space, you first need to add that space to the project.

  1. Go to the Loading to vehicle tab if you want the pallet to be loaded onto a previously added loaded space.
  2. Select the option Select the space to be loaded.
  3. Choose the space you want to load it onto.
  4. If you have filled in all the pallet information, click Add.

The added pallet will be visible on the selected loaded space. If you add additional loads on it, they will automatically be displayed along with the pallet on the selected trailer or container.

If you first add a pallet as a loaded space, and then a semi-trailer or container, you can add a pallet to this space by clicking on the pallet edit option in the load list and expanding More options.

Multistops

Multistops, i.e. multiple loading and unloading locations, can only be added when you add a single loading space to the project. It is not possible to set points along the route for multiple semi-trailers or containers.

  1. To add multistops, go to the Loaded space tab.
  2. Choose a loaded space from the list or enter its dimensions manually.
  3. Click on Points along the route.
  1. If you plan to have more than 3 points along the route, click Add another point.
  2. Add the name of the starting point, intermediate point and the end point.
  3. Multistops can be added for a minimum of 3 points. If you have more than 3 points, you will see an option to remove one of them.
  4. Click Save when you finish setting up the points along the route.
    If all the information about the loaded space has been filled in, click Add.

Next, when adding loads, it is necessary to indicate the loading or unloading location, which we have described in detail in this module.

  1. All the locations on the route, along with the loads to be loaded or unloaded, are listed.
  2. After clicking on a specific point on the route, you can see a visualization of the loaded space corresponding to a given location.
  3. If any load is to be unloaded at a particular point, it appears in a red space outside the semi-trailer or container.

Managing the loading

a. Adding loads manually

  1. To add loads to the project, click on Loading.
  2. You can choose loads from the list:
    – Click Add to add the load to the project without any changes.
    – Click the pencil icon to edit the load before adding it to the project.
    The list includes default loads in the application, as well as those saved by the user on their account.
  3. You can quickly find saved loads by using the search function or sorting the loads alphabetically.
  4. If the quick selection list does not include the loads you want to add, you can enter their dimensions manually. Click on Create your own.
    You can specify right away whether you want to add a cubic load, a pipe or a barrel.
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  1. When adding a custom load, fill in its name.
  2. Then enter the dimensions – length, width, and height, and for barrels and pipes, also the diameter.
    Specify the quantity of such loads that you want to place in the loaded space.
    You can indicate the weight of individual loads or total weight of all added loads.
    When creating a load, you can additionally set stacking, rotation, the load’s centre of gravity, arranging loads at an angle and the loading place – which will be explained in detail below.
  3. You can change the color for a specific group of loads.
  4. Clicking on the monitor icon allows you to preview the visualization and the elements on it.
  5. Click Save if you want the load to be added to your account and appear on the quick selection list. You can edit or delete it at any time.
  6. If you have added more than one loading space to the project, you will be given the option to select ‘Add to first free’. This option allows a load to be added to the first loading space with sufficient clearance.
  7. If you have finished filling in all the load information, click Add.
  8. To delete all the entered data and start entering anew, click on the trash icon.
  9. By clicking the arrow icon, the system will restore the data to the initially entered values.
    If you want to add other types of loads to the project, you can add them in the same way after adding the first one.

Stack

  1. If the loads can be stacked on top of each other, go to the Stack tab.
  2. Check the Stack option.
  3. For a group of the same loads, you can indicate the number of levels. Leave this field empty if loads from another group can be placed on them.
  4. You can specify the maximum stacking weight, which allows placing other loads on the selected one, as long as their total weight does not exceed the value set by the user.
  5. You can specify whether the load can be stacked on other loads previously added to the application.
  6. The support level allows stacking larger loads on smaller ones, as long as the support percentage does not exceed the value set by the user.
  7. If you enable Arrange on the floor option, the algorithm will distribute the loads on the floor evenly before stacking them.
  8. If you have filled in all the load information, click Add.

Rotate

By default, all loads added to the application can rotate on their base. This means that the algorithm will rotate certain loads if it determines that it will optimize the usage of the loading space.

What’s more, loads can be manually rotated along the X or Y axis while working on the visualization, as described below.

  1. If you want to change this setting, go to the Rotation tab.
  2. You can change it to Allow any rotation or Do not allow any rotation.
  3. If a rear-loading vehicle has been added in the current project, the load can be set to extend beyond the vehicle’s footprint. For this, check the option ‘Allow load to extend beyond space’.
  4. If you have filled in all the load information, click Add.

For barrels, the rotation function is not available. For pipes, you can only rotate the loads on the base or disable the rotation function.

Centre of gravity of load

By default, the centre of gravity for a load is set in its centre. You can change its position, but only for cubic loads.

  1. If you want to change this setting, go to the centre of Gravity tab.
  2. Check the Display centre of gravity option.
  3. Adjust the position of the centre of gravity along the X, Y, and Z axis.
  4. You can preview the location of the centre of gravity in the visualization.
  5. If you have filled in all the load information, click Add.

Loading place

If you have added multiple points along the route, you can indicate where the loads should be loaded or unloaded.

  1. Go to the Loading place tab.
  2. Select the place where the load should be loaded.
  3. Select the place where the load should be unloaded.
  4. If you have filled in all the load information, click Add.

Arranging loads at an angle

The app allows loads to be stacked at an angle. This needs to be done manually as the app will not do it automatically.

  1. To do this, right-click the load you want to arrange at an angle on the visualization.
  2. Mark rotation along the X-axis
  3. Or rotation along the Y-axis. Once you have selected your preferred option, use the left mouse button to rotate the load to arrange it as desired. Next, you can manually move it to the desired location on the visualization.

b. Import from file

You can add loads to Goodloading by importing them from a program like Excel.

  1. To do this, click on the file icon.
  2. Then click on the Import from file tab.
  3. You will see a window that allows you to upload the file.
  4. When preparing the file, it is good to download the instruction to fill it out correctly. If the file is filled out incorrectly, the application will not be able to add the loads to the project.
    An additional facilitation are sample csv and xlsx files, which can be downloaded and then edited by adding your own loads.
    Remember to save the file in csv or xlsx format.
  5. You can choose to automatically add all imported loads to your user account by selecting that option during the import.
  6. Click Import to add the load file to the program.

Managing added loads and loaded spaces

All the added loaded spaces and loads are visible on the list on the left side of the visualization. You can select and drag specific loads with the left mouse button to move them to other loading spaces or change their order on the list.

  1. Clicking the arrow next to a selected loaded space will collapse the list of loads.
  2. To modify, edit, or delete a loaded space, enter the editing mode.
  3. Clicking More options expands the advanced editing options for the loaded space.
  4. To edit or delete a load, enter the editing mode.

Algorithm settings

To determine how the algorithm operates, click on the Algorithm settings button. Various options will appear for selection. You can choose to show recommendations, consider loading space capacity, and select one of the algorithm settings for load arrangement.

a. Show recommendations

Enabling this feature allows the application to suggest alternative loaded spaces of the same type that can accommodate the given load. The application recommends loaded spaces saved in the user’s account.

b. Arrange optimally

If you enable the “optimal arrangement” function, the algorithm will search the load arrangement providing the greatest possible residual space, regardless of the order in which the loads were added. We suggest enabling the option only after all loads have been added.

c. Arrange according to the order of adding

Enabling this function changes the arrangement according to the order in which loads are added to the selected cargo space.
By moving loads on the list of added loads, their arrangement order on the visualization also changes.

d. Arrange by volume of loads

Enabling this function ensures that the loads with the largest volume are arranged first.

e. Arrange by weight of loads

Enabling this function ensures that the heaviest loads are arranged first.

f. Include space capacity

Activating this function ensures that loads the weight of which causes the cargo space to be overloaded are not loaded into it.

g. Simple algorithm

Its simple algorithm is based on the ability to quickly add cubic loads to a project without the need to use advanced stacking features. Its value related to space optimization is usually lower than that of other algorithms.

Working with visualization

You can manually move each load on the visualization. However, you cannot move a load if there is another load on top of it. Remember that if you have not enabled the Stack option, you will not be able to place another load on top of it.

  1. Right-click on a load to access editing options. You can stack, rotate, transfer, or remove individual loads.
    By clicking and holding the left mouse button on a load, you can move it to different locations on or off the loaded space. Changing the load’s position manually will also update its order on the list of added loads.
    Note that you cannot move multiple loads on the visualization at the same time.
  2. To rotate the project on the visualization, use the navigation cube. Press and hold the left mouse button while using the cube to navigate.
  3. The eye icon restores the default view of the visualization.
  4. You can zoom the visualization in or out using the mouse scroll wheel.

Data about the prepared project

Below the visualization, you can see a summary of the project.

  1. If several loaded spaces have been added to the project, you can switch between their views in the visualization.
  2. In the upper part of the summary, you can see information about a single loaded space currently displayed on the visualization.
  3. At the bottom, there is a summary of all loaded spaces in the project.

Information in the summary include:

  • name, dimensions and load capacity of the loaded space
  • Z: number of loaded cargo
  • N: number of non-loaded cargo
  • W: total weight loaded
  • P: free space in m²
  • O: available / used load volume in m³
  • occupied and free LDM
  • vehicle axle load

After hovering the mouse over individual elements of the summary, additional information about the presented data will appear.

Additional features in the top panel

a. Undo and Redo

Undo and Redo are options that allow you to undo or redo steps performed in the application.

b. Project

A tab for managing projects in Goodloading.

  1. New project: if you have finished one loading, you can start designing another one without deleting the loads and loaded space. After selecting a new project, decide whether you want to save the previous project or not.
  2. Open project: takes you to your user account where previously saved projects are located.
  3. Save project: save the project to your account.
  4. Import from file: a function that allows you to load a load list from an Excel-type program. Clicking on the CSV import window will provide instructions on how to properly upload the loads. We have described this function in detail here.
  5. Export to file: this feature allows you to download the entire loading project as an Excel file. Due to different tools for opening this type of file, the user needs to choose the separator type. If the generated file is unreadable, try downloading it by selecting a different separator type.

The file contains information such as the type and name of the loaded space along with its dimensions, dimensions and names of the loads, total weight of the loaded cargoes, free and occupied LDM, the number of loaded cargoes, loading volume, and unused space.

Please note that the export file contains different data than the import file, so it cannot be imported back into the program.

c. Share a link to the project

This option allows you to generate a link that you can copy and send to another person. Additionally, you can include comments on the project and change its name.

The person who receives the link will have access to the visualization along with the loading animation and the ability to download the project. To edit the project, they will need to log in to the program.

The shared link can be opened on a mobile device.

d. PDF

Download PDF: you can generate a PDF file for all or for a specific loaded space currently displayed in the visualization. The file will include loading views, information about the loaded space, and a list of loads with the loading sequence.

By clicking on the “Add photo” function, the application takes a picture of your visualization, allowing you to choose the view that will be visible in the PDF project.

Sample PDF file

e. Load settings

  1. Display names when hovering: names will appear on the loads in the visualization only when hovering over them with the mouse.
  2. Show load names – load names will be visible in the visualization.
  3. Highlight loads – loads in the visualization will be highlighted when hovering over them on the added load list.
  4. Add shades – shades will appear on the loads in the visualization.
  5. Highlight free space – shows where the load can be placed with free space highlighting feature.
  6. Show measure: a measure will appear on the loaded space, allowing for distance measurement. When hovering the mouse cursor over the measure, detailed values are visible.

f. Application settings

  1. Initial arrangement: returns to the initial arrangement of loads.
  2. Load attracting: this option allows loads to attract each other like magnets, without the possibility of leaving space between them. You can enable this option if you are manually adjusting the loads within the loaded space.
  3. Remove loads from the project: removes all loads added to the project.
  4. Units: choose between cm/kg or in/lb.

g. Notifications

Through this tab, we will inform you about new features and other important matters regarding the application.

h. Full-screen mode

The application expands to the full width of the screen. To exit this setting, press the Esc key on the keyboard.

Application speed

When working with a large number of loads added to a project, the application may run slightly slower. Especially in the case of computers with lower graphics card parameters or higher browser load when many tabs are open.

  1. As a first step, you can turn off load display options that may affect performance:
    – Show load names,
    – Highlight loads,
    – Add shades.
  2. If the application still does not perform satisfactorily, you can go to Algorithm settings and select Simple algorithm. Enabling it will make the application faster, but the loads may be arranged less optimally. Importantly, this feature does not allow you to take advantage of the new features present in this version of Goodloading. If the name of the algorithm is greyed out, it means that you have used functions unavailable for the Simple algorithm.

User account

a. general user account information

  1. To go to the user account, click on the letter icon.
  2. Then go to the appropriate tab.
  3. Or log out of the app.

b. My profile

In this tab, you can edit information about yourself, such as your first name, surname company name, role in the company and the language you use in the application. This tab is also used to edit invoice data. To edit them, press the Edit button. You will be able to change the functions, and also see the next ones – such as deleting the account or resetting the password.

c. My subscription

  1. In this tab you can check what subscription you currently have and for what time.
    If you have the free version of the app, you can purchase the paid one here. Detailed information about payments is described in this module.
  2. If you have purchased additional accesses, you can manage them in this tab as the account admin. Admin is the person who is responsible for payments and managing additional accesses.
  3. When adding new people, enter their personal data and e-mail addresses. Indicate whether the added person should have the role of user or admin. Only one admin can be assigned to one account. So by granting the role of admin, you lose the rights to manage the account.
    If you want to give an admin access, this person must have a Goodloading account and then be added as an admin. After adding the admin, you should additionally confirm the transfer in the email you receive.

d. My Invoices

In the My invoices module you will find invoices paid in Goodloading. If you paid via a proforma invoice, this invoice will not be visible in this module.

e. My loading spaces

  1. In this tab, you can save and edit loading spaces so that they appear on the quick selection list when planning a load.
  2. Use the search engine to find the space you are interested in.
  3. New spaces can be imported from a file. After clicking the Import from file button, you can download the instructions to complete the file according to the guidelines. An additional facilitation are sample csv and xlsx files, which can be downloaded and then edited by adding your own loads.
  4. If you prefer to add spaces to your account manually, click Add. A panel will open just like when adding a loading space to a project. If you’re unsure how to fill it out, you can refer to that module for guidance.
  5. You can sort the spaces displayed in the list by type.
  6. You can delete selected spaces,
  7. edit,
  8. and hide them from the list by clicking on the eye icon. This means that the space will be saved in the user’s account, but will not appear in the recommendations and quick selection list when adding spaces.

f. My loads

  1. In this tab, you can save and edit loads so that they appear on the quick selection list when planning a load.
  2. Use the search engine to find the load you are interested in.
  3. New loads can be imported from a file. After clicking the Import from file button, you can download the instructions to complete the file according to the guidelines. An additional facilitation are sample csv and xlsx files, which can be downloaded and then edited by adding your own loads.
  4. If you prefer to add loads to your account manually, click Add. A panel will open just like when adding loads to a project. If you’re unsure how to fill it out, you can refer to that module for guidance.
  5. You can remove selected loads,
  6. edit,
  7. and hide them from the list by clicking on the eye icon. This means that a given load will be saved in the user’s account, but will not appear on the quick selection list when adding loads.

g. My projects

  1. All saved projects can be found in this tab.
  2. You can search for the selected project by name.
  3. After clicking on the name of the selected project, a visualization and detailed loading data appear on the right side of the screen.
  4. When you click Open, the project will open in main view and you can work on it again.
  5. You can delete or share project or add a note to it.

i. Integration

If you have your own process management system or use solutions such as TMS, WMS or transport planner, you can integrate the tool with Goodloading. This means you can take full advantage of Goodloading calculations on another system.
Fill out the form available in the tab to receive a free test API key. After submitting the form, please wait for the API key to be sent. It will be completed in this tab along with information about the number of requests.
Full API documentation can be found on this page.

Payments

To check the price list and make payment, go to your user account to the My Subscription tab or click on one of the PRO icons.

  1. Choose your preferred type of subscription – monthly, quarterly or annual. If you have not used Goodloading before, you can also purchase a 7-day trial period.
  2. Select the number of users for whom you want to purchase a subscription.
  3. Enter the data necessary for invoicing.
  4. Due to tax regulations, only businesses can purchase subscriptions. Select this option during purchase.
  5. Click Order to make payment.

Two payment options are available:

a. Proforma invoice – a proforma invoice will be downloaded to your computer including your bank account number. Once payment is made, we will notify you of receipt of funds, issue an invoice and grant access. This option is available only for countries within the European Union.

b. Instant payment – you will be redirected to Przelewy24 website to make an instant payment. You can make an online and traditional bank transfer or pay by card. Please note! Payment by card allows automatic renewal of payment, without the need for another order and thus, without interruption of the service. This applies to all subscriptions except the 7-day trial period. If you want to unsubscribe, you must cancel at least 8 days before the end of your current subscription.