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Generate Reports from the TripLog App (HTML and CSV)

In the TripLog App, from the main Trips page, click on the Report button, and choose your time period (Available Tax Year or Custom Date Range). Reports are available in HTML and CSV format. This process will generate a zip file that you can email from your native email client. *iOS is required to use the Default Apple Mail App.

Generate reports from the Web Dashboard HTML, PDF, and CSV (spreadsheet)

Web Dashboard Available With Paid Subscriptions

For paid users, you can also generate reports from the Web Dashboard. Log in and navigate to Reports. You can export a Report Summary in .CSV format from the first table. Further down the page, you can run the detailed reports.

With the paid TripLog plans, you can customize the detailed reports. You have the option to download or email the report Zip with HTML, PDF (optional), and .CSV files, including detailed info, maps, and receipt pictures. *The emailed report will be the same format as the Weekly and Monthly Summary emails.

  1. Mileage – Mileage for trips and vehicle-related expenses

  2. Business Expenses – All other expenses and business transactions

  3. Time Clock – Time Specific Reporting for Total Hours and Job Activities

  4. Location Stay Time - Location Specific reporting for duration at locations

Mileage Tabs and Filters

  1. Filters Tab - Select Date range (Year Filter to Custom Date), Filtered period, User, Activity, Tags, Department/Office, Approval Status

  2. Apply Selected Filters

  3. Overall Tab - Includes Totals for all categories including Mileage and Expense

  4. Summary Tab - Separated Totals by Activity,

  5. Detail Reports Builder - Add and Customize report templates and download or email based on current filters

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Additional Information

Distance Driven (Correcting the Starting odometer)

TripLog takes the lowest starting odometer from all the trips during the reporting period as the beginning mileage, so make sure that the first row of the Trips table in the reports has the correct starting mileage. The same goes for the ending mileage.

TripLog takes the highest ending odometer of all trips during the reporting period.

If you found a wrong starting odometer, search the report for that odometer number. You should see the journey, usually on the first few rows of the Trips table. Go back to the TripLog app, find the trip, and fix it.

If running a report and there is no data, or a vehicle is missing:

You need at least one trip for that vehicle during the reporting period. You will need to add a trip in the selected date range. A recommendation would be to add a one mile personal or uncategorized trip.

Sample Reports

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