Frequent Drives 2.0 (iPhone)

MileIQ makes it easier than ever to automatically classify your drives with the new Frequent Drives feature!

Simply classify your drives and MileIQ will automatically detect those that happen most frequently and offer to auto-classify them in the future. You’ll be notified within the app when drives get auto-classified and can view specific drive details from the web dashboard.

Setting up Frequent Drives:

After a drive has been classified the same way two times, an auto-classification notification will appear at the third drive.

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The prompt includes a reminder of the classification and three options:

Screen_Shot_2017-10-20_at_2.36.59_PM.png to set up a Frequent Drive

Screen_Shot_2017-10-20_at_2.37.06_PM.png to classify the drive without setting up the Frequent Drive

Screen_Shot_2017-10-20_at_2.37.14_PM.png to dismiss the prompt until three more similar drives have been classified 

If you’d rather not see these prompts again, see below for information on how to disable the feature entirely.

Editing Frequent Drives:

Changes or edits to Frequent Drives can be made by visiting the web dashboard at dashboard.mileiq.com.

Drives that have been auto-classified will have the  symbol next to them in the drive list. Click into any of the auto-classified drives to make changes to the individual drive.

To make changes to a group of Auto-classified routes, click on "All Drives" and then "Frequent Drives (Auto-Classified)"

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To stop auto-classification of a specific route, click on “Edit” above the drive details panel on the right. Then click “Stop Auto-Classify” to prevent this route from being automatically classified in the future.  

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Disabling Frequent Drives: 

To turn off auto-classifying based on Frequent Drives completely, you can do so from within the MileIQ app or web dashboard.

From the MileIQ app, navigate through the Menu ☰ > Account Settings > Frequent Drives > Click on the slider to change "Frequent Drives" to Disabled.

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From the web dashboard, navigate to Settings > Auto Classification > and switch “Auto-Classifying by Frequent Drives” to "No".  

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Notes & Tips:

  • Name your Locations to make classifying your Frequent Drives even easier. In the screenshots above, both 'Home' and 'Work' were used to label locations making recognizing frequent drives even easier!
  • Bulk edit can help you quickly modify a batch of auto-classified routes. 

FAQ’s

Frequent Drives FAQ’s

What makes a drive a “Frequent Drive”?

Any drives logged with the same start and end point, regardless of route taken, will be available to mark as a Frequent Drive.  

How can I add notes or other details to a Frequent Drive?

Notes and other drive details can be added to a Frequent Drive from the web dashboard at dashboard.mileiq.com. Simply click into the drive to edit any of the information and press “Save” once finished.  

How can I reclassify a drive that was accidentally marked as a Frequent Drive?

To change the classification of a drive, login to the web dashboard at dashboard.mileiq.com and select a new classification from the “Purpose” column.

Where can I go to review my Frequent Drives?

The web dashboard at dashboard.mileiq.com has a complete history of all your drives, including those auto-classified using the Frequent Drives feature. To sort by Frequent Drives, use the “Auto-classified” filter above the drive list to edit drives one-by-one or as a group. Auto-classified drives will also be designated with the  symbol.  

How do I manually setup auto-classification rules?

At this time, the Frequent Drive feature is completely automatic and will appear after a similar drive has been classified the same way two times.  

What if I take the same trip but for different purposes?

The Frequent Drive feature works best for drives that are taken each time for the same purpose. We recommend classifying as you regularly would for instances where you may be driving to the same location but for different purposes.  

 

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