If you have any issues or you'd like to get in touch with us please email: contact snapsendsolve. How do I get it? Posted on January 8, 2019 A real and ever present threat to grape vines is Phylloxera, an insect that can devastate a commercial grapevine and is transferable between vines. © City of Greater Geraldton 2014. Snap Send Solve has been around for a while with local councils using the platform to allow residents to report issues that require repair in the local community such as cracked footpaths. Snap Send Solve is the free app used by over 50,000 people around Australia to report issues directly to the appropriate council or service provider.
What happens when Council receives a report? If you have any issues or you'd like to get in touch with us please email us at contact snapsendsolve. A report is then allocated to the relevant Council department. It's too great an Aussie App to die hidden away on the App Store. The success of Snap Send Solve is due to its simplicity and the benefits to both the general public and local service providers. We have worked to: - Make location detection of reports more accurate - Provide a standardised email report format - Include the report category in the email name - Include user hints and tips for when a location cannot be detected automatically by the app - And overall usability and performance improvements - iPhone 6s Plus optimisation We hope your incidents are continuing to be solved in a Snap! Your feedback helps us continue to improve our service. I snapped and sent - solved: dumped rubbish was gone in 24 hours. Snap Send Solve lets you quickly and easily report on various issues such as: - Parking - Pavement issues - Abandoned shopping trolleys - Damaged roads - Potholes - Graffiti - Litter - Broken playground equipment - Street Cleaning - Animals - Noise - Telstra pits and telecommunications equipment Your reports are sent directly to the right Council or authority and there are no accounts to sign up for.
Click the relevant link below to download Snap Send Solve for your mobile device. We've also continued to improve performance and resolve some bugs. Snap Send Solve allows you to easily capture and report on common issues including litter, damaged roads or footpaths, parking issues, street cleaning, trees, and also provide a general request or general feedback. The app needs to add Dan Murphy trollies as well. Snap Send Solve lets you quickly and easily report on various issues such as: - Parking - Pavement issues - Abandoned shopping trolleys - Damaged roads - Potholes - Graffiti - Litter - Broken playground equipment - Street Cleaning - Animals - Noise - Telstra pits and telecommunications equipment Snap Send Solve provides the platform that enables authorities and their customers to identify and resolve local issues, for the benefit of communities everywhere. I use it a few days a week. Download Snap Send Solve for free from the or.
Snap Send Solve is a free app for your iPhone or Android device that lets you report issues and provide feedback to Council in under 30 seconds. This is one of those Apps that helps make society better and fixes the things that go wrong with it. Amenity vines are vines generally located in households or public places for decorative purposes. If you are the developer of this app and would like your information removed, please send a request to and your information will be removed. It also gives many users the satisfaction of contributing to getting things fixed in their local communities. Most importantly, Snap Send Solve creates a sense of community by making everybody responsible for solving problems in their local areas.
Maybe the Morning Shows, Local Newspapers and Secondary Schools. The app will show the request as being sent, but if there is no email set up on the device then it doesn't have any way to get to Council. The reporting process is simple and straightforward and has been designed to make your life as a ratepayer easier. In this update we've added the ability to easily resend a previously sent report. It was very quick and easy to use too.
Have questions, problems, or feedback? I would like to pay my respect to the Elders past, present and future for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of the Southern Yamatji Peoples. We would like to respectfully acknowledge the Southern Yamatji Peoples who are the Traditional Owners and First People of these lands. It was very quick and easy to use too. Seems one gets added each week. As simple to use as its name suggests, Snap Send Solve allows anyone that discovers an Amenity vine, to report the location directly to Agriculture Victoria so they can undertake an inspection.
Download the app onto your phone to get started — it's free! Contact us at contact snapsendsolve. If you have any issues or you'd like to get in touch with us please email us at contact snapsendsolve. We've also continued to improve the performance and resolved some minor bugs. It then sends an email to us from your email address, including the incident type, notes, address of incident, photo, and your contact details. It is now even easier to manually set your location. How can the supermarkets not get them collected - even after 5 weeks of reporting? We are very excited to release a major update! Thanks for using Snap Send Solve! The app can be downloaded for free from your app store on both Android mobile devices and iPhones. How do I get Snap Send Solve? In this release we have introduced a new feature that allows authorities to include a message and phone number for users to call if the incident is an emergency.
. Used the App to take pics and automatically send a message to the correct Local Council, and days later it was fixed. We have also continued to improve the performance of the app. As always, please let us know if you see anything that needs improving by emailing us at contact snapsendsolve. Snap Send Solve - for the benefit of communities everywhere.
This means a simplified back-of-house process and, importantly, faster actioning of your requests. One of the difficult elements of surveying these Amenity vines is discovering their location. We have now added the ability to report a Dan Murphy trolley to the app. Your feedback helps us continue to improve our service. At one tram stop I reported 1 trolley 5 weeks ago.