QuickFile doesn’t natively have any mileage recording functions built in, so there isn’t a way to find out how many miles you’ve done over a certain period. QuickFile is more for the accounting of the money owed or money spent on fuel.
I would personally try to separate the fuel out of the networking invoice to help track it easier. If you have a dedicated supplier (e.g., the article uses an example of “Approved Mileage”), then you could view all invoices just for that one supplier over a period. That would at least give you an idea.
Unfortunately not. Although I’m aware of some mileage apps in development that may help with the tracking of this. One that comes to mind is @SQKaccountancy’s, but there may be others. It’s an open forum, so someone may want to add to that list
It’s a really nice feature . It certainly makes explaining things much easier. If you’re interested, QuickFile forums uses Discourse.