Getting to know your online profile

Your AgDNA Online Profile is a powerful synthesis of map viewing software and farm management systems, that will give you the edge in properly maintaining both your farm and your machinery.

Your online portal is effortless to navigate, visually appealing, and as you’ll come to see, incredibly easy to master.

This tutorial outlines the basic farm management control systems.

Here are just some of the basics:


The Account selector tool

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On the top left of your screen is the Account Selector Tool; by default this is set to your main account, but as you link your profile to other AgDNA accounts this is where you can switch to view alternate data. At the top of the dropdown is your account, and beneath is the list of linked accounts.


Changing MyFarm data

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Next to the Account Selector Tool are various dropdowns that control the data currently being displayed on your MyFarm map screen. From left to right these are: The Client selector, the farm selector tool, a display-data-by-season tool, a field selector tool, and the crop selector module


The AgDNA Toolbar

Map View

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The first button is your Map View, if you want to return to the map view at any time just click this button and you’ll instantly be taken back to main farm satellite imagery page



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The second button is the Chart View – this is a breakdown of the selected farm, including crop types, recent rainfall, weather forecasts, and even current commodity prices


Activity Screen

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The third button will overlay the recent activities undertaken on the selected farm – seeding, harvesting, tillage and more is displayed here in chronological order, as well as recent scouting reports and a chronological breakdown of every layer in every field


Activity Calendar

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Next to your Activity History button is your activity calendar - a visual representation of past and future activities in your activity list. The Calendar allows the user to plot their movements chronologically, and provides breakdowns of each task on a daily basis


The Layers Button

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Missing information on the map screen? Or maybe there’s too much? The Layers Button allows you to turn information that’s overlayed over the top of your maps on and off. In other words, you can make your map as complex or as simplified as you want. Information that can be viewed on your map view includes:

- Field Boundaries
- Field Labels
- Field Area
- Field Irrigation
- Crop Labels
- Variety Labels
- VRI Pivots
- Scouting Observations
- Info Panels
- Field Connect Devices


Setup Button

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This is the master overview switch for your entire operation - from the setup screen you can view all your editable data in one table, and make changes to your farm on the fly


Add Button


Want to add new activities? Vehicles? Fields? RCD data? Here is the place to do it. This is your toolkit for adding in NEW data into your system. Along with data and client information, you can add new machinery, implements, auxiliary devices and recording equipment


Current Location Button

So alongside the horizontal functionality of the Navigation Toolbar are the vertical map control buttons; Zoom in and Zoom out is pretty self explanatory, however at the top of the Vert.Nav Bar is the 'Current Location' icon. No matter how you're zoomed in, or where you wander off to on your map screen, every time the user hits this icon, they are taken straight back to their current location


Map/Satellite toggle switch

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AgDNA uses by default an advanced satellite view to provide an overview of your client’s farm, however if you’re after something more simplified, this switch allows you to toggle between the advanced satellite view, and a simple map view for easier viewing