View and monitor reports for each of your service areas through one visual heatmap, built into the dashboard of FixMyStreet Pro and WasteWorks.
Back in 2019 we worked with Bromley Council to introduce a new heatmap feature to FixMyStreet Pro’s arsenal of tools for council staff.
The heatmap converts report data into a visual format that is easy to understand, allowing council staff to see at a glance which issues are most prevalent, and where they are being reported.
Since being rolled out to all Pro customers, the heatmap has become one of the service’s most popular and useful features, which is why we built the same functionality for our new waste service WasteWorks.
Bromley also co-designed WasteWorks with us, and so is one of the first councils to go live with the service and benefit from being able to track and manage more than one service area from a single, central dashboard.
Now, when Bromley staff log in to their FixMyStreet Pro dashboard and select the heatmap overlay, as well as being able to view street and highways reports, they can also see where reports and requests are being submitted through WasteWorks for waste services.
The heatmap looks and works in the same way as before for Bromley. Hotter colours represent higher report volume, cooler colours represent fewer reports, and dropdown filters allow staff to view report data by category, status, timeframe and ward.
By default, the heatmap shows every report made to the council in the last month, so initially the map will look something like this:
But now, without needing to leave the page, Bromley staff can view reports about, say, fly-tips, made in the last 12 months, which have been closed…
…or, green garden waste subscriptions, which have been completed in the last 5 days.
Heatmaps for both FixMyStreet Pro and WasteWorks are available to all UK councils. If you’d like to see how they work, you can request a demo.
As part of FixMyStreet Pro’s ongoing development programme we’re pleased to announce that the heatmap feature, created with Bromley Borough Council, is now available to all clients on the Avenue tier.
Bromley wanted to see at a glance which issues are most prevalent, and where in the borough they are being reported. The heatmaps we developed in response to this need can be accessed through the staff dashboard.
These can be used in conjunction with the category dropdowns to display the report patterns for just one or any number of categories at a time.
If you’re a subscriber to our Avenue plan, the heatmap is now available to use. Just log in as a staff user, then click Admin > Stats > Heatmap. Let us know if you need any extra support, or if you have feedback about this feature.