Landkind has a number of great tools that help you explore your map. If you are just getting started with Landkind, ensure you have read our guide for new users.
The search bar allows you to navigate to a property. You can search either using the Name of the Property or its address.
If the Search by option is not available for your organisation and you would like it, then Contact Us.
Hover on the house icon at the top of the side bar
Click the arrow to show the search bar
Enter the property name or address to surface the search results
Click on the title to navigate to the property
Repeat to switch between properties
You can also click on the property if you see it displayed either on the map or on the property list, without needing to use the search function.
Right mouse click on the map and drag that map to rotate. A left click on the map allows you to move around the area. Click on the compass widget (top right of your screen) to reset to the original North orientation.
Use the “+” to zoom in and the “-” to zoom out (top right of your screen).
Provides indication of North. Use this to reset if you have rotated the map (top right of your screen).
Allows you to choose the layers you want to view on the map and change the underlying imagery (basemap).
Your organisation may have different sub-menus within the Layer Widget. These can include:
Custom imagery displays any captured imagery that your organisation has for the selected property. This can include drone or aerial imagery.
Community layers include contextual layers that are not property specific. The layers listed are specific to your organisation and can be changed. If you would like layers added or removed, speak to your organisations administrator
Basemaps are the underlying reference map on which your data is overlain. Depending on what basemaps your organisation has selected to have available, this can include imagery and reference maps. Changing the basemap can change the context in which your data is viewed and help you gain further insights.
Measure Area, Distance or Location (i.e. latitude and longitude) on the map using this widget. For Area and Distance measurements, you can select which unit you’d like to use to calculate your measurements from the drop-down options (i.e. hectares, meters or kilometers).
If you’re not already familiar with using the Mobile App, please see Getting started for new users. Once you’ve downloaded the relevant property data in the Mobile App, click into the Map Explorer workflow to view the Map associated with your selected property.
Allows you to choose the layers you want to view on the map and the underlying imagery (basemap).
Takes you to your location on the map if you have allowed the app to access your location.
Navigates you back to the centre of the property.
Export Widget (Printer Icon)
Creates an export of the map that you can share as required.