Report visibility: decide which reports should be publicly visible on the map according to their processing status (see pins on the right here).
Report prioritisation using urgency trackers (only possible if reports are publicly visible): cyclists are able to confirm existing reports if they wish to draw attention to the same problem so that these can be dealt with first.
“Positive” reports – the ‘Like’ button in RADar! – to show municipalities and others that cyclists want to have/see more of something: municipalities can be praised and other municipalities are able to review cyclists’ reactions to measures for their own planning.
Neutral reports: all reports that have not yet been addressed can be marked with a neutral white pin.
Report comments: post public comments for each report (only visible if the report itself is also publicly visible), e.g. a reason why a particular report cannot be addressed.
Merge several reports for one and the same problem in the same place.
Assign responsibility: get reports automatically forwarded directly to the place/person ultimately responsible for addressing them or responsibilities can be assigned in advance so that the responsible place/person in the municipality automatically receives email notification as soon as a report is submitted for the according area of responsibility.
Different user profiles: local coordinators are able to create new users with different access and editing rights.
Report management: the ‘history’/processing status provides information to track what is happening with the report: who was informed when, when the status was changed, etc.
Order reports by short, medium or long-term issues: while glass can rapidly be removed from a cycle path, it will take longer to find a suitable solution for a dangerous major crossroad.
Email (templates) sent to cyclists automatically by the system when a report is submitted or the processing status is changed. The texts of these email templates can be altered to suit and complemented with a personal signature.
Filter function to sort reports according to specific criteria.
Export function to obtain reports in an Excel format.