🤝 Sharing data

Unfortunately, we don't currently feature multiple accounts. However, there are several ways to share data. You can give your login credentials to other people so that several people use a single account on several devices at the same time.

The OneSoil Scouting mobile app allows you to share fields and notes with other people, even if they haven't registered in the app. They'll be able to view the information you share but won't be able to edit it.

To share a field, select the field you need in the field list and tap the 'Share field' button.

To share a note, find the note you need in the 'Notes' tab and tap the share icon. Or, open the note and tap 'Share note'. Here's an example of what a shared note looks like.

Please check this article to learn more about the benefits of notes.

🗝 Downloading data

As of right now, you can only export prescription maps for variable-rate seeding and fertilizer application in the web app.

Field boundaries, NDVI maps, or charts can't be downloaded or printed.

To download a prescription map for variable-rate seeding, open the 'Sowing Rate' tab, fill in the information, select the onboard computer type, and click 'Download file'. Please read our blog article to find out how to calculate sowing rates.

To download a prescription map for variable-rate application of fertilizers, open the 'Fertilizers' tab, fill in the information, select the onboard computer type, and click 'Download file'. You can check our blog articles to learn how we calculate nitrogen and P and K fertilizers.

📥 Uploading data

Import files with field boundaries and the following attributes: crops, sowing date, harvest date, and yield.

  1. Select a file

    Go to the 'Fields' tab and click the 'Add fields' button. Click 'Upload file' and select the file you want to upload. We support .shp, .shx, .sbn, .sbx, .dbf, .prj, .zip, .kml, .json, .geojson., .kmz, .gpkg, .gdb,.gmt, and .jml file formats.

  2. Check the data

    Select the data you want to import and correlate it with your fields' data. You can import the following attributes: crop, sowing date, harvest date, and yield.

  3. Match crops

    Match the names of the crops from your file with those in the OneSoil crops list.

  4. Save the fields

    Select the fields you want to save and click 'Save'.

Check this article in our blog to learn more about uploading files with fields attributes.

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