In February, we continued making improvements throughout Hortis. With our new map preview, you can map positions while accessioning, as well as view the location of your material on the individual record. We also released the ability to delete unwanted bed locations. Read more about February’s highlights below.
Add the position of your materials while accessioning. Under the “Map position” header of your newly-added plant material, you can either use your map to set the position or you can input coordinates (decimal degrees). This is complemented with a new map preview on plant material records. This shows you where the material is on your map.
You can now see the list of collection sites that you are a member of, with the option of joining and leaving sites based on your needs. Changing the name of your organisation is also a couple of taps away in the organisation general settings page. Note that only Admins have the option to do this.
Thanks to your feedback and the joys of continuous deployment, we are constantly making improvements and fixes throughout the app. Your feedback is, as always, the driving force and inspiration for all the work we do.
Throughout February, we were able to release several minor but valuable improvements that make Hortis easier to use: from enhanced notifications when creating accessions, automatic scrolling to error messages, and clearer actions to help you add photographs.
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October has been a busy month for the team and we released several noteworthy updates – from data tables, donor/supplier autocomplete, and identification fields – each of which is designed to help you be more productive and accurate in your record keeping.
Do you struggle to keep pace with changing plant names and the challenges of plant taxonomy? Don't miss our upcoming webinar, where we’ll discuss how to stay current with plant names and how shared taxonomy might impact your daily record-keeping workflows.
As the seasons shift, our commitment to enhancing your experience in Hortis remains unchanged. In September, we introduced two big features, shared higher ranking taxonomy and interpretation fields, that have a huge impact on the community. Read more about these below.