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Maps in Cartegraph One

The map in Cartegraph One is part of everything you do in the app related to assets and tasks.

The following information helps you get the most out of the maps in the app.

  • Cartegraph One uses Esri street maps, web maps, and basemaps.
  • When shown for the first time, the map centers on the device's location.  The Location button Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 11.12.22 AM.png is highlighted blue when your location marker is displayed on the map.
  • Tap the Location button Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 11.12.22 AM.png to center on your map location. If the location marker is already in the center of the map, tapping the button hides the location marker.
  • Tasks display in blue and assets display in gray.
  • Tasks always display on top of assets on the map. If you are trying to view an asset on the map and it's covered by a Task, turn off the Tasks layer.
  • Tasks that display on the map must have a Status of Planned or In Progress.
  • Tap the orange List button Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 11.12.27 AM.png to switch to My Tasks list.

Map Layers

Cartegraph Map Layers settings in Cartegraph One are completely independent from the Cartegraph Map Layers used in Cartegraph OMS and Cartegraph AMS desktop versions and Cartegraph for iPad

Cartegraph One map layers and the selected basemap persist in the app.

After you tap on a task or asset on the map, the following information displays the record cards:

Tasks

  • Primary attachment, blue dot for tasks
  • Activity and AssetType
  • Priority, Start Date, and ID
  • Proximity to device location

Assets

  • Primary attachment, green dot for assets
  • AssetType and ID
  • Street
  • Proximity to device location

Cards are sorted by Tasks first, then Assets by Asset Type and ID.

Location Shape Display

The Cartegraph One app allows you to create and edit the record's location on the map. From the record's detail view move the location marker for point assets or for linear and polygon assets, tap and drag the shape's vertices.

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