Creating Food Plots and different shapes to outline areas can help identify areas of importance that are larger than a single point. This is especially useful, for example, when you are looking to measure and understand the area of a food plot to order seeds to plant or outline an area to cut back to put in a new plot.
To add boundary shapes or food plots simply follow these steps:
1. Select the “+”, (Add to Map Menu) option from the bottom of the Maps page
2. The menu offers an option to “Add Shape/Food Plot”
3. An “Add a Shape” banner will appear at the top of the page
4. To create the boundary, start tapping the borders of your desired area
5. Close, Undo, and Save are options to select from at the bottom of the page a. Close – select if option was chosen by mistake b. Undo – will remove the last point added to the map c. Save – will provide an option to name the boundary added
Creating a Shape
To get started, tap the Add to Map Menu. This will open the menu and display the various tools available to choose from.
Tap Add a Shape. This will open the Add a Shape view, and you can begin creating your shape by adding points to the map.
Tap the map to add points to create your shape.
Tap Save when complete. This will open Give this Area a name view.
Enter a name for your new Shape.
When finished, tap Save.
Your Shape will now appear on the map.
|You can tap your shape to see acreage, share, add notes, and more.