Once you have used the search function to zoom to a location click on Pick from Land Registry. This is Freehold Land Registry Data.
The base map will change to allow you to select the Land Registry titles. To do this single left click on the titles that you wish to use, to deselect single left click on the title again. Now select Save boundary and finish.
Click on the three vertical dots next to Land Registry Parcels in the boundaries section and then Duplicate.
Choose the project template you wish to use, insert the new project name and click on Create Project.
The data, now copied to a project, is editable. Note – you should switch off the Land Registry Parcels visibility in the Boundaries section so that you will just be viewing your project. To do this click on the eye icon to the left.
Your selected titles will now be shown in the map having been auto styled with a red line around the boundary.
If there are multiple titles you may wish to merge these into a single area. To complete this step expand your project in the left-hand panel, select the three vertical dots next to one of the entries under your project. Click on Select Feature Type.
Now in the at the top of the screen click on the Merge tool.
All of the features of the same type will now be merged.
With your feature selected you will see the feature details. From here you can add any of the standard annotations or add details such as a name.
You can also change the default styling by clicking on Style.
From here you can change the fill, boundary colour or add a pattern.
To create projects with Registers of Scotland data or Land Registry Leasehold or Other click on Map Layers and scroll down to Land Ownership. To make the layer visible click on it.
The data will now be shown on the map. Single left click on the feature that you want to copy then right click and click on Copy to Project. To select more than one feature hold down the shift key and single left click on all the features then right click and click on Copy to Project.
Either select an existing project or create a new one to copy the features to.
Go back to Map Layers and switch of the layer that was made visible. Your project can be edited per the instructions above.