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Land: Quickly create Roadbook points from the track editor

Haven’t discovered the world of e-Roadbooks yet? Turn your tracks into e-Roadbooks with the Roabook point creation tool. Learn how:

 

 

When you edit any of your tracks, remember that from the track editor you can quickly convert them into e-Roadbooks, giving you tracks enriched with all kinds of information like comments, photographs etc. Let us show you how:

1 – Open the track of your last activity.

2 – Click on ‘Edit track’ in the toolbar, located in the upper part of Land.

3 – Click on any point on the track where you want to create an e-Roadbook point. Once selected, press ‘Add e-Roadbook point’ in the vector track editor.

4 – Next, a window will open where you can indicate the basic data of the point you have to mark: name and icon.

5 – Then create the e-Roadbook point in the location you selected. As you can see, in Land 8.6 e-Roadbook points have a round shape, unlike traditional waypoints that have a square shape. This way it’s easier to differentiate between e-Roadbooks and waypoints.

6 – Repeat the same action for each point you want to highlight.

 

If you want to add more information to your e-Roadbook points, right click on the track and select ‘Edit > Edit e-Roadbook’. A drop-down menu will open where you can add more information to your points like, description, sketches, photographs etc.

 

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