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What is a Property Feature?

The Property Features workflow helps identify the location of specific facilities, structures or characteristics on the property.

Property Features can only be managed from within an individual property, learn how to navigate to a property here.


When you first navigate to a property you can see the boundary of the orchard visible in its spatial location. When you navigate to the property features workflow, a detailed spatial view of the features on the orchard will display including a list of the features in the sidebar.

From here you can click in to view individual feature attributes.

Types of Property Features

There are three types of drawing methods that can be used to identify features on the property depending on their nature and location

  1. Point is used when there’s just a single location for the feature such as water supply or toilet

  2. Line is used for features such as fencing, shelter belts or drains

  3. Area is used for features such as a part of a paddock/field or a building

Property Feature Attributes

These are the fields on a feature that contain important information used to identify the feature.

Examples of attributes include:

  • Feature name (label for map)

  • Feature description

  • Feature type (determines the icon displayed for the feature)

  • Show label on map (yes will display feature name with icon, no will hide the name to only display the icon)

Attributes can be shown/hidden and set to mandatory/optional depending on your specific organisation requirements. Contact us if you would like to request changes to your setup.

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