Tutorial Videos

Quick and easy guidance on how to get the most out of The Land App

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Introduction to The Land App

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Onboarding

Setting up your first map in The Land App
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RPA Field boundary upload

Use the four step process to upload your RPA field boundaries into The Land App from your RPA account
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Geo-referenced photos

Upload any geo-referenced photos directly into the map
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Adding Land Registry Titles to Ownership

Add more Land Registry titles to ownership boundary and open title data in Land Registry website
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Print

Easily extract your maps as jpeg images to print or share
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Report function

See a basic report of your holding
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Reporting a bug

Please do let us know if you find a bug in the software and we will do all we can to resolve it
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Base data sets

Change between alternative base datasets from OS data to aerial imagery
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Using Intercom messenger

Please keep communicating with us and help us build the best product we possibly can for you
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Data sets

Choose from the many different contextual datasets that we have available in The Land App to get a deeper insight to your land
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Saving

Be confident that all your data is saving as you would expect
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Navigation and panning around the map

Easily pan and navigate yourself around the map
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Using the search bar

Use the search bar to easily navigate to areas of interest
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Creating your first map

A very quick run through of how you create your first maps from start to finish
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Creating a new project

Simply add a new project to start mapping out new features to the landscape
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Drawing tools

Easily draw features on to your map using the simple drawing tools
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Editing feature types

Easily draw and then edit features on the map. Change the feature type and styling to make the map look exactly as you wish
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Table view

Understand how the table view can be used to see your drawn features in an ordered catalogue view
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Buffer

Quickly and easily use the buffer function to create accurate buffer shapes on the interior or exterior of existing features.
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Split

Take an existing feature on the map and cut it into the feature shapes that you want
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Merge

Take two features and merge them back into a single feature
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Sharing

Easily share your maps with any other stakeholders to collaboratively work on the mapping together
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Measure

Quickly and easily measure distances between any different features on the map
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Logging out

When finishing up you can easily log out in the knowledge that all your data is saved ready for you to come in again next time and carry on
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