If you've got some pin locations that you'd like to mark on an Agworld map, you can either do so by creating new pins from the Agworld maps page directly, or by importing a CSV file of coordinates and site names.
How to import pins as an agronomist or enterprise user
1. In a spreadsheet, copy and paste your pin name, the farm it belongs to, any field under that farm and the lat & long in the following format:
Column A: "Site ID"
Column B: "Farm"
Column C: "Paddock"
Column D: "AGIS_Lon"
Column E: "AGIS_Lat"
2. Save the spreadsheet as a CSV file
3. From the Agworld website, click on your company name in the top right corner of the page
4. On the left, under 'Shortcuts', click 'Import Data'
5. Click 'Import', then 'Import CSV site coordinates'
6. Click on 'Choose File' and select the CSV file you saved in step 2, then click 'Import'
7. Hover over the data import job and click 'Verify' (refresh the page if you don't see this)
8. If the import looks good, click 'Import'
9. Return to the maps page to see the pins (note: by default, these are categorised as "Soil Sample" type pins, but this can be edited by clicking the 3 dots next to the pins on the maps page)
How to import pins as a farmer:
If you're a farmer, you can ask any connected agronomist to import these for you or send it to email@example.com. Simply follow steps 1 and 2 and send it through.