MileIQ is designed to save you time and money by automating the tedious task of mileage tracking so you can spend more time on what matters. Every time we create new features, we focus on that mission by making MileIQ easier, faster and more informative.

Today, we’re happy to introduce “View All Months.” With your mobile-first lifestyle in mind, this new view within MileIQ gives you at-a-glance insight into your most critical mileage information.

With the monthly drive summaries in MileIQ, you can: View and add detail to ALL of your unclassified drives within the mobile app; Easily view and report on your drive stats for any given month and see the total potential value of your drives in a single view.

For instructions on using the new “View All Months” feature, read our support article.

Unclassified Drives by Month

“View all months” allows you to quickly see the value of your drives by month and which months have drives that still need to be classified. You’re also able to quickly see your total unclassified miles, their potential value and the total value of your classified drives each month.

This allows you to quickly see which months have the most unclassified drives and their potential value – allowing you easily prioritize which months to classify first. Additionally, a ‘star’ icon shows you which months you’ve fully classified.

Simplified Monthly Reporting

In addition to surfacing your most critical information first, this new feature gives you the ability to send yourself a monthly mileage report in seconds. On any given month, simply click the “Send [Month] Report” button and your monthly mileage report will be delivered to your email.

For in-depth instructions on using our new “View All Months” feature, read the support article.

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Joshua Brost

Joshua Brost

Joshua Brost handles the content and communication at MileIQ. When he's not busy talking to reporters and bloggers, he can usually be found plotting how he's going to survive the zombie apocalypse, cooking something fancy or cursing at a new gadget that's not working the way he intended.
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