By applying custom names to the locations you most frequently drive to or from, you can more easily remember the purposes of your trips. In this video, learn how to create custom locations in MileIQ.
- [Instructor] When looking at your drive cards, … you'll see that your start and end points … are by default named for the general area … or landmarks in that location. … For example, here on this drive card, … you can see that mine shows the name … of the two townships I drove between. … We have Monroe Township and Lower Allan Township. … But you may also see names like Civic Center, or waterfront, … or the name of the town you started or ended in. … These names might not be enough to jog your memory … on what the trip pertained to though, … so fortunately, you can give custom names to locations. … Doing so also makes it easier to find similar trips later. … Just tap on the current name of a location, … for example, I'll tap on Monroe Township, … and give it a name. I'll call this Home. … And I'll do the same with the endpoint. … I'll call this Office, … and I'll tap done. … And the names you add here will then automatically apply … anytime you start or end a drive … within a 0.12 mile radius of that location. …
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- Classifying and auto-classifying drives
- Viewing data in the MileIQ dashboard
- Generating reports from the mobile app and web dashboard