Google Maps Feature
Veterinarians and vet techs often spend their entire careers at the mercy of someone else – where and when they work, how far their commute is, and how much they get paid are all dictated by their places of employment. At Roo, our goal is to give veterinary professionals control over their own careers and personal wellbeing. Every update we make to our revolutionary platform is created with that in mind. And that’s one reason we’re so thrilled about our latest addition – adding Google Maps to our shift search!
It’s absurdly easy to toggle between dashboard views. If you prefer the shifts listed out with full detail, you can stick with List View. But if your commute is an important factor in which relief shift you take, you’ll appreciate our Map View, where you can get a full visual of all the veterinary or vet tech shifts available within your preferred radius. Vets can take advantage of our advanced search feature to narrow down the types of shifts and other pertinent details so that your map view is clean and focused.
You might even find a hospital nearby that you didn’t even know existed! Just click on the shift payout to open the shift details, and then request directly from there. Quick, streamlined, efficient, and pretty.
Hospital ‘How to Roo’ Section
Don’t worry, practice managers, we haven’t forgotten about you. We know you’re busy as bees, making sure that your hospital runs smoothly. Worrying about staffing doesn’t need to be piled onto your stress load. That’s why we’ve added a new section to your user dashboard called How to Roo, which provides useful tips for getting the most out of our unique veterinary staffing solutions. We’re always available to walk you through any questions you might have about how to take advantage of our many features, but if you’re more of an independent learner, we’ve added a brand spankin’ new Video Library with quick tutorial videos. They’re no longer than 30 seconds each, and they show you, step by step, how to unleash the full power of Roo.
And as always, if you have any suggestions for how we can improve, we’re all ears!