iPad App

How to use Agworld for iPad

Getting Started: iPad

How to map on the iPad

How to create an activity on the iPad

How to convert to actual on the iPad

Convert a completed planned job or recommendation to an actual via the Maps page:

  1. Tap on a paddock from either the map or from the paddock list.
  2. Select ‘Jobs’ in the right-hand side menu and then select the ‘Todo’ tab.
  3. Select the job that has been completed.
  4. Select ‘Convert to Actual’.
  5. If required, update or add information to any of the fields shown so that an accurate historical record is kept.
  6. Once done, press ‘next’.
  7. If you are happy with the preview, press ‘submit’.

Convert a completed planned job or recommendation to an actual via the Jobs page:

  1. From the main menu select ‘Jobs’.
  2. From the jobs listed in the “todo” tab select the job that has been completed..
  3. Select ‘Convert to Actual’.
  4. If required, update or add information to any of the fields shown so that an accurate historical record is kept.
  5. Once done, press ‘next’.
  6. If you are happy with the preview, press ‘submit’.

Rainfall - Recording Rainfall

You can record your rainfall in Agworld on the Agworld iPad and iPhone apps. Recording your rainfall can be done in one of two ways:

  

From the Rainfall Tab:

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  1. From the Agworld menu tap “Rainfall”.

  2. Select a property.

  3. Tap “+ New Reading”.

  4. Input your rainfall and click “Save”.

      

From the Map Tab:

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  1. From the Agworld menu tap “Map”.

  2. Tap on a paddock.

  3. From the righthand menu tap “Snapshot” .

  4. Scroll down to the bottom of the menu and tap “Rainfall”

  5. Tap “+ New Reading”.

  6. Input your rainfall and click “Save”.

Rainfall - Sharing

Reviewing the rainfall readings around your property

Reviewing the rainfall readings around your property is easy. Simply opt-in to sharing your rainfall by swiping "Share your readings" in the rainfall tab and then tap on a pin on the map or select a location from the rainfall menu. You'll then be able to review that location's rainfall readings. 

Pins and locations are colour coded:

  • Blue signifies your properties
  • Green signifies BOM's rainfall records
  • Teal signifies your neighbours' rainfall readings
  • Grey signifies a property which hasn't yet opted-in to sharing their rainfall records

   

Opting-in to sharing your rainfall

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Opting-out of sharing your rainfall

Opting-in to sharing your rainfall readings is easy:

  1. Select "Rainfall" from the Agworld menu
  2. Select a property
  3. Swipe "Share your readings" to the right

   

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You can opt-out of sharing your rainfall at any time. However, if you do opt-out you'll no longer be able to review the rainfall records around you, including BOM's. Here's how:

  1. Select "Rainfall" from the Agworld menu
  2. Select a property
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the menu
  4. Swipe "Share your readings" to the left

How to add a paddock plan from the iPad app

Once you have created crop templates, you can add these to paddocks directly from your iPad app. This means that you can add a plan to a paddock all while offline! When you next sync, this plan will be transferred to the website and available on the rest of the Agworld system.

How to enter your seeding data

Recording a new seeding job:

  1. To record a seeding job carried out on a paddock, tap on that paddock from the map and select “Jobs”.
  2. Press the “Create a new job” button and select “New Actual”.
  3. Fill in the relevant fields with information from the seeding job that has been completed.
  4. Once done, press “Next”, then click on the “Submit” button
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Convert a planned seeding job or a seeding recommendation to an actual:

  1. Locate the seeding plan or recommendation from your jobs list and click on the “Convert to Actual” button.
  2. If required, update or add information to any of the fields shown so that an accurate historical record of the seeding job is kept. 
  3. Once done, press ‘next’.
  4. If you are happy with the preview, press ‘submit’.
  5. Your seeding is now recorded.