SeeClickFix issue reporting requires an accurate location when you are completing a report. As the reporter of an issue, it's your responsibility to locate your issue correctly. Here are some tips on how to make sure you get the right place.
How accurate is a GPS when it comes to finding my exact location?A Global Positioning System (GPS) locates you approximately. It can locate your exact position on the Earth with an accuracy of up to 100 meters or about 330 feet. After asking our system to locate you for your issue report, your location is an approximation, and you should fine-tune the address of your location after using location services.
The address that was used on a report is wrong, but I've already submitted it. Can I edit the report?Yes! For more information, take a look here:
Editing an issue's address, description, and images
I don't want SeeClickFix to find my location when reporting. How do I turn it off?When our app is downloaded onto a phone or our website is used, we ask if we can use your device's ability to locate your location using GPS. You can turn off our ability to use your device's GPS by using your device's setting. Here's a list of articles for each device and platform: