Scouting notes allow farm workers to communicate the issues concerning fields effectively, enabling efficient workflow and granting increased harvest and better crop protection. Thanks to the accelerated information flow, you can react on time, make informed decisions and assign the right people to solve particular problems.
A scouting note is always assigned to a field. If you turn on the Scouting view, you will see the pins of georeferenced notes on the map.
All notes contain text information. They may also include attachments.
Optionally, for easier recognition, notes can be assigned to one of the following categories:
They can also have the priority statuses:
In SKYFLD, scouting notes can be assigned to anyone that has access to the field (it means that the field has to be shared with a given person). Thanks to this feature, you can ensure that the right people will receive information on time!
Pins and marked areas refer to the points on the fields, making them easier to localize. In addition, SKYFLD displays their exact longitude and latitude, introducing a new level of scouting precision.
Scouting notes promote two-way communication. It means that you and other farm workers can respond to them in comments, keeping the conversation and updates in one place and never missing any important information.
To learn more about scouting notes, go to the article: How to add and manage scouting notes?