Released on February 14th, 2019.
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Land.db iOS Initial Setup
After downloading the Land.db iOS app, the icon will appear on your home screen as shown in the picture below. After opening the app and logging into your Land.db account, users can select the data base and crop year they wish to work. The corresponding data will then sync.
While the app is syncing different quotes will be displayed as shown below. Note that this app is also available and functional on iPads.
Once the app has synced all the available data, the dashboard will appear. The dashboard displays an overview of the data base, weather, and the commodity markets. When selecting any of these options, the page selected will appear displaying all related information. With both weather and commodity markets, the user can enter a zip code to pull in information specific to that area.
The dashboard also gives the user a quick glance at all the record types as well as how many of a specific record type have been submitted. In the case of a record failing to submit, the user will receive the error message shown below. In a case like this, the user will need to select the Retry or Fix and Resubmit button for the record to be submitted.
Selecting the + sign in the bottom right corner of the screen allows the user to quickly add a new record. Select the + button and then proceed to select the record type you wish to add.
When creating a new application, users will begin creating this record on the Fields page. Here, the user may select the field to which the product was applied. Hitting the green + button takes them to the field selection page. They are also able to edit the total area and the percentage applied.
On the Products page, the user may search for a product and select it to add the product to the application.
After selecting the products, users can proceed to the Details page where they can enter the details pertaining to that specific application.
On the Summary page, users can look over the details of the application before submitting.
Entering yield tickets follow essentially the same process as entering an application. The user selects the location, enters the load details and the load properties.
Users can review the yield ticket information before submitting the record.
Entering work orders follow the same process as creating applications. The user selects the fields, the products and the work order details.
Users can review the work order information before submitting.
Recommendations also follow the same process. The user enters the field, product information along with recommendation details. They are then able to review the recommendation information before submitting the record.
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