Create Find

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  1. Accuracy: First and most important thing to notice is that the GPS has been enabled on this screen, it may take a couple of seconds for it to connect and start receiving location updates. As the location is updated the accuracy should get more precise. As the accuracy gets more precise the text color should start to turn green. Enter in your find data and we will explain this a little more when you save your find.
  2. Add Photo: As an option you can add a Photo to your find, its not required you can edit it at a later stage. However if you wish to add one now you can select an existing image or take one if your device has a camera.
  3. Title: By default the date and time is used as the title. This can be changed to anything you want, as the created date and time is stored elsewhere.
  4. Type: Clicking the type field you will see that there are a number of find/location type categories available. These will come in handy when you want to filter your finds in the listing, map and radar.
  5. Depth: Set the est. depth of the find.
  6. Weight: Set the est. weight of the find.
  7. Detector Model: Select the model (that we defined in the settings earlier) of the detector you are using.
  8. Detector Coil: Select the coil you are using.
  9. Notes: Enter any personal notes about the find.
  10. Save: Before saving your find check the color of the button the greener it is the more accurate the coordinates are to your current location. If the button is red then the GPS accuracy will be greater giving you poor location data. Once you are happy that the accuracy is as good as its going to get then click save.

That's it you have now saved your find and can go on detecting looking for your next lost treasure. Next time you create a find your previous selections such as detector model and coil will already be selected this will help save time entering in data as your out in the field. Good Hunting...