Many survey forms allow you to attach photographs (and, in some cases, other types of file). Whenever you can do this, you will see a large area marked Upload like the one below:
Click the Upload button, select the file(s) you want to upload, and click “OK”. You’ll see a thumbnail of the image you’re uploading together with a progress bar. A green tick will appear when the image has uploaded successfully:
Browsing Uploaded Photographs
Click on a thumbnail to display a popup containing a larger version of the image:
The dialog contains buttons to let you Download the original full-size image or Delete the image and remove it from the survey (assuming you are the surveyor or an administrator).
Uploading Multiple Files
Some survey forms allow you to upload multiple files along-side one another. For example, you may be able to upload several images of the same survey site. The text just below the gallery tells you how many files you have uploaded and how many you are allowed to upload:
Uploading Different Types of File
While most survey forms require you to upload photographs, some require other files like PDFs or CSV files. You can upload any type of file to Cartographer but it will only show thumbnails for common image files. Other files have a generic thumbnail image.
Clicking on the thumbnail displays the dialog box as usual. You can’t preview the file on the web page but you can click Download to download it to your computer:
Terms and Conditions for Uploading Files
Note that by uploading files to Cartographer you are agreeing to a set of terms and conditions regarding their use. Click the Upload Terms and Conditions link for more information: