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To be able to import data from Map Right, you must first have a map right account.

To enable Map Right support, first navigate to the configuration screen. There you will find a MapRight tab, and you will need to fill in the username for map right, which is typically the email, then check the Import from Map Right box.

Now, open a sale and find the Tools menu. There you should see a option for importing from map right.

 

You will then be prompted to login.  The username you filled in the configuration tab will be filled in here. This field is read only, so to change the username you must change it in the configuration tab. You also have the option to remember your password for future use.

Once successfully logged in you can now search for the map you want to import with the Map Right ID. You have the option of importing either points or the boundaries (Polygons) but not both. You can also import other data that is available on Map Right if you filled it in. Things like State, County, Acres, Images, and a Soil Map. See comments below on the availability on this data. To get the Map Right ID, Look in the URL bar and look for the ending numbers.

Once successfully logged in you can now search for the map you want to import with the Map Right ID. You have the option of importing either points or the boundaries (Polygons) but not both. You can also import other data that is available on Map Right if you filled it in. Things like State, County, Acres, Images, and a Soil Map. See comments below on the availability on this data. To get the Map Right ID, Look in the URL bar and look for the ending numbers.

After clicking OK, then the selected data will be imported into the sale, overwriting what is there currently. If you imported any Mapping features, then Datalog should scroll you directly to the map.

Map Right Comments:
To fill in the State, Acreage and County, you must click on the save in the lower left corner and select Save Options.

To Add a Image, you must drop a Photo Point and then click on the point and upload your Image.

To add a Soil Map, you must first have a boundary. Then under reports click on Create soil map. When the soil map is complete you must also print the soil map (Either PDF or PNG is fine, they are attached to sale). Note: Your map must be saved for the print option to appear.

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