Documents and Farm Records user guide
Have you already defined your farm project? Now you can attach documents to it. This is useful if you have farm records, water rights, equipment warranty, title insurance reports, deeds and easements, photos of crop conditions or pest damage, basically a wide array of documents is able to be stored in the FARMapper project.
Documents such as photos, recordings, files in the formats .doc or .pdf and many others can be added to the entire project or to individual tracts, and even stickers. Adding documents is very easy.
Adding, deleting and opening documents in a project Show mobile version
- Adding documents to the project.
After selecting the correct file, you will see the "Upload new document" window in which you can see the progress in uploading the file.
When the progress bar is full and the word "Uploaded" appears on it, it means that the file is loaded and you can see it in the document list.
Now you have two options. If you have no more files to add then simply click "Close". The "Upload new document" window will be closed and the document will be added to the project and placed on the list. You can also add other documents by clicking "Select another file". Adding further documents is the same as when adding the first one.
- Deleting documents from the project.
- Opening documents added to the project.
Adding, deleting and opening documents of a single tract or sticker Show mobile version
- Adding documents to a tract or a sticker.
After selecting the correct file, you will see the "Upload new document" window in which you can see the progress in uploading the file. When the progress bar is full and "Uploaded" text appears, it means that the file is added. Now you can choose if you want to finish adding documents or you want to add others. If you want to finish adding documents on this, simply click "Close". The "Upload new document" window will be closed and the document will be added to the tract/sicker and placed on the list. At this stage, you can also add additional files by clicking "Select another file". Adding further documents is the same as when adding the first document.
- Deleting documents from a tract or a sticker
- Opening documents added to a tract or a sticker
You can find all the added documents on the document lists, and under the document names you will find basic information about the file such as the file size and the date and time it was added.
Moving a document between tracts Show mobile version
If you have incorrectly assigned a document to the tract, or you just want to move the selected document to another tract, use the "Move" function for documents. Click on the tract in the tract list in the "Tracts" tab, and the tract information label will be displayed on the map next to the selected tract. In the tract information label you can find a "Move" button. Click on the "Move" button and the "Move documents" window will open.
ISelect the tract to which you want to move the document from the "Move to tract" drop-down list, then select one or more documents to transfer from the "Select documents to move" list. You can select documents by selecting boxes on the left side of documents names or if you want to transfer all documents from the list, it will be easier if you use the "Select all" function, this button is located in the left bottom corner of the window. Right next to it is the button "Deselect all", whose task is to deselect all selected documents on the list. If you have everything ready, the selected documents that you want to move and the selected tract to which you want to move the selected documents click "Move" and it is done, the documents are moved. At any time, you can also quit moving documents by clicking "Close".
FARMapper Channels Documents Show mobile version
With FARMapper Channels the user can create and publish a listing of either a whole project or a specific sticker. Remember the documents associated with the project or sticker also get published. We will add additional customization tools to allow for fine tuning which documents get published.