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 Introducing Driversnote for Web
February 14, 2022 - 2 min read

Introducing Driversnote for Web

Get a quick tour of the new features. Lissi from our support team introduces you to all the new features and how you can save time on your logbook!

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What’s new?

Add trips

Quickly add start and end locations to easily create trips. Need to change the route? No problem! Just drag the route to accurately match the route you drove. 

Quick Actions

Hover over any trip and quickly review it. Click the “Home” symbol to classify as personal or the “Briefcase” symbol to classify as business. Need to delete a trip? Just click on the “Trash can”.

Bulk editing

Select several trips and add the same note. Move multiple trips to another vehicle or workplace. Move trips from business to personal or vice versa!

Reporting

Same setup in the app but with more space. Go to the reports page to manage and create.

What do you think?

We love getting feedback and hope that you will share your thoughts with us! If you think there's something we should add to the web or a way to improve the experience, do not hesitate to reach out.

Happy tracking. The Driversnote Team! 

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