We’re really excited to announce the launch of a new feature on the Fixometer: the Repair Data Navigator. The Repair Data Navigator allows searching and filtering of all previous repair attempts recorded in the Fixometer.
You can filter by device details (product category, brand, model), repair details (repair status, problem/solution), and event details (group, event dates):
So for example, if you’re doing a fix on an iPhone with a cracked screen, you could search iPhone in the model filter, ‘screen’ in the problem/solution filter, and see all past attempts on these fixes, find out what worked, what didn’t, and what were useful sources of information, etc. If you’re just interested in the successful (or potentially successful) repairs, you could filter repair status by both ‘Fixed’ and ‘Repairable’.
As another example: as a host if you’re interested in seeing how many mobiles have been fixed across all of your events, you can could filter by the device category ‘Mobile’ and the repair status ‘Fixed’.
You can access the Repair Data Navigator in the main menu - either at the top on desktop:
Or the bottom on mobile:
Some ideas for the future
- linking through to the event the repair took place at
- displaying environmental impact statistics for the filtered repairs
- breaking up the problem and solution into individual fields
- and more - please share your ideas!
If you’re keen to explore any of our/your data in more detail, take a look at this discussion:
Exploring our repair data - what do you want to know?