After MileIQ has detected a drive, it creates a record of that drive. In this video, learn how to classify your logged drives as personal or business trips, and how to create secondary categories for your drives.
- [Narrator] Once the MileIQ app has detected … at least one drive, … a drive card will automatically appear when you … open the app displaying the start … and end points of the drive. … Here I can tap on the map to see … the trip if I need to refresh my memory … on the type of trip it was. … And I can drag around the map to see … where I started and ended up. … I'll just close that. … Now, you can also add details to the drive. … For example, I can tap this Notes button … at the bottom of the card. … And here I can enter any amount I may … have paid for parking or tolls on this trip. … And below that I can add additional notes … that might be useful to refer back to. … For instance, if this was a business trip … I might want to note any co-workers … that were riding along with me. … You can also specify which vehicle you … were driving if you drive multiple cars … for work or for personal use. … I'll talk about this in it's own movie later. … But the basic idea here is that you should …
- Tracking drives
- Classifying and auto-classifying drives
- Viewing data in the MileIQ dashboard
- Generating reports from the mobile app and web dashboard