In this video, learn how MileIQ offers to automatically classify your most frequent drives so you no longer have to manually classify them in the future.
- [Narrator] So we've seen that it's pretty simple to classify drives as personal or business by swiping the drive cards either left or right. But MileIQ also now has the ability to remember the way you've classified drives and apply the same classification in the future. The way it works is that once you've classified the same drive the same way twice. For example, if you have a drive from your office to your client's office, that you've swiped to the right and classified as a customer visit, for example, the second time you do this, you'll see a message pop up saying that you've classified this drive the same way twice. And this acts as a reminder that you probably want to classify the drive the same way the next time. Now, once you classify a drive the same way a third time, you'll see a message pop up at the bottom asking if you want to auto-classify this route in the future. I'll tap yes, auto-classify. Now, if you tap that now, you won't see this message appear again until you classify the same drive the same way three more times, but I'll tap yes, auto-classify. And if you have previous drives that match this route, you'll see a checkbox to auto-classify those drives as well. But that's all there is to it, drives along this route in the future will automatically be classified and you won't have to swipe them to do so. If you need to disable this feature, you can go into the menu to account settings and here at the bottom you can switch frequent drives off. I'm going to leave that on though, but you might want to do this if you often drive the same route, but sometimes for business and sometimes for personal purposes. Now, if you do need to change the classification of a drive, that's been auto-classified, you can do it from the MileIQ web interface. So here I am logged into the web dashboard. I can see all my drives so far, so I can select one of these drives that's been auto-classified as a customer visit. And from here, I can change its category from business to personal or even choose one of these other subcategories, if need be. We'll be looking more at working with the web dashboard in an upcoming chapter, but for now that's how to set up auto-classification in MileIQ.
- Tracking drives
- Classifying and auto-classifying drives
- Viewing data in the MileIQ dashboard
- Generating reports from the mobile app and web dashboard