on February 12, 2023
Performing QField data import?Geographic Information Systems
How to collect data with QField?
How To Use QField
- Download the QField Sync plugin. The QField Sync plugin analyzes your project and suggests any actions to make sure the project works with QField.
- Configure your project.
- Layer configuration.
- Basemap setup.
- Create a QField package.
- Start your fieldwork.
- Synchronize from QField.
How do I export data from QField?
- In QField go to ‘open local file’ open ‘QField files directory’ then ‘imported project’
- Instead of clicking to go into the folder click on the three dots at the side, there should be the option to ‘export to folder’ choose where you want the exported data to be saved.
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