Category: New Features

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Accept Online Payments with Stripe for your Lawn Care Business

You can now accept online payments from your lawn care clients by connecting your Stripe account to Mowmo. Accepting online payments in 2019 is not a fancy new optimization for…

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Support for Multiple Crews

December 14, 2019

With the addition of this feature, you can now break up each day’s schedule into (up to) 10 separate schedules! This is great for businesses that have multiple crews on the road any given day. When you view your schedule on the job, you can select the schedule you’d like to see. Add Up To…

Billing Groups

March 31, 2019

Very often you’ll have clients with more than one account. When this is the case, you can now group accounts into billing groups. This allows you and your client to see payment information for all of the accounts you’ve specified. You can create billing groups by navigating to the client you’d like to create the…

Disable Job Reminders

March 13, 2019

Have commercial clients that don’t need job reminders sent to them? Now you can completely disable job reminders for accounts. Do this by navigating to the account, and hit edit. Once there, you will find the option to disable job reminders for that account. Now on your schedule page you will see the reminder icon…

Weather Forecasting

March 2, 2019

New feature! Mowmo now has weather forecasting built in, with forecasts powered by Dark Sky. This is a great addition that means you won’t need to go back and forth between your schedule on Mowmo, and other weather apps. You’ll be able to see the weather information for the upcoming 7 days. To get started,…

Mowmo has launched!

March 28, 2018

After over a year of development and use, Mowmo is finally ready for you to use! This is the third iteration of Mowmo. The first time, it was built to see if the ideas and concepts could be put into use in a real business. Then, it was built as a tool to help implement…

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