How to Use Lapis Guides as a Project Administrator
How to Edit Field Guide Information in Lapis Guides
This tutorial shows how to quickly make changes to the descriptive text in the field guide section on your mini-app through our online server page. It is very simple to do and can allow you to fix any issues you notice in your field guide; from small problems like spelling mistakes to larger changes like adding a large block of text in the description. We've also made it possible to add hyperlinks to text so that users can get further information on certain topics from a website you've chosen.
Managing Your Translations in Lapis Guides
Often times we need to have text in multiple languages for various reasons. Perhaps the area where your project takes place is multi-lingual, or maybe you are trying to encourage foreigners to join in on some citizen science as well. Whatever your reason, adding language translations to your project is very easy to do. Follow along with the tutorial and you'll see just how simple it is.
Working With Photographs in Lapis Guides
This tutorial will get you on the fast track to adding, changing, and deleting photographs visible in your Lapis Guides mini-app. Making photo adjustments is really simple and only takes a few clicks!
Working with Project Data in Lapis Guides
Once your project has been running for a while, you will start building up a solid database of citizen scientist submitted data. Now that you've got this data, you'll want to start working with it. In this tutorial, we'll quickly guide you on how to access the data, sort through it, manage/edit it, and how to download it for use in external software (we've used QGIS as an example).
Managing User Submitted Data in Lapis Guides
As soon as you have people submitting data to your project, it is important to know how to manage this data. No user submitted data will be visible in the app until it has been verified by a project administrator. Through the server it is really easy to verify correct data, edit incorrect data, and delete unusable data. Follow along with the server to learn how it all works.