Mobile App

Select the Livestock tab from the bottom of your screen.

Tap Individual Animals to view your list of individuals. Select an animal to view its summary details, history or create a record against it.

At the top of this list you will find the drop down options of animals On farm or Off farm as well as a search bar to look up specific animals.

Adding a new animal to the list can be done by selecting the Add Animal option under the search bar.

Web App

Select the Livestock tab from the navigation panel on the left. Click on the Individuals tab at the top of the page to view your animals.


Select an animal from the list to view its summary information and history.

Add Records or Animals from the options in the top right corner of the page.

You can use this search bar to search for specific Visual IDs.

Filtering

Click on the Filters button at the top of the Individuals List to see the list of saved filters. On the same list click on “New filter” to start creating a new one.

You can select from the dropdown list or use the search field to quickly search for attributes to filter by.

After selecting the property you want to filter by, you’ll see a list of constraints that you can use to define your filter. Once you've selected this you'll be prompted to enter or select a value for that filter.

After you've entered a value, press Apply. Your list of individuals will update to those that fit into the criteria.

Editing a filter

You can edit an existing filter by clicking on it. From here you can adjust the values or select Back to change it completely.

Removing a filter

To clear filters, click on the X beside the filter.

Saving a filter

Once you have finished building out your filters, click on Save Filter on right hand side. From here you can name your filters and choose whether to share this with everyone on farm or just yourself.

To delete a saved filter click on the blue Filter button followed by Manage Filters. This would bring up a list of saved filters. Click on the Delete button to remove them.

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