The Drives View isn’t just for working with existing drives. You can also manually create drives in the dashboard for times when MileIQ may not have logged a trip or when you didn't have your phone with you. In this video, learn how to duplicate existing trips and add new ones.
- So, we've seen how to view, filter, and edit drives … in the web dashboard at this point, … but the drives view isn't just for … working with existing drives. … If, for some reason, the MileIQ app … didn't log a drive you took, … maybe, for example, you didn't have your phone with you, … or the battery was dead, … you can manually create drives in the dashboard. … You can create new drives completely from scratch, … or duplicate existing drives. … So, if you took a drive that you previously logged, … you can just copy it to use it as the basis for a new drive. … First, locate and select the drive you want to duplicate. … Again, that brings up its details to the right … where you can add or edit any of the data. … Down here at the bottom, you'll find the duplicate button. … You'll want to first classify the drive. … I'll say this was a business drive, … and customer visit, … and then, you can change the relevant info … like the date and time of the trip. … Once you've added the info, click duplicate drive, …
- Tracking drives
- Classifying and auto-classifying drives
- Viewing data in the MileIQ dashboard
- Generating reports from the mobile app and web dashboard