New Go iLawn Features & Updates
Our in house development team is constantly looking for ways to enhance our property measuring tools for landscapers. After all, our number one goal is to help our users measure properties faster and better than ever before. Below is a list of new features, tweaks and enhancements we’ve made just this year with this in mind. If you are a current Go iLawn user, we hope you are enjoying these new features. If you haven’t tried the program yet, take a test drive today to see what it’s all about!
Enhanced Editing Features
Go iLawn users have long since been able to edit property measurements to make them as precise as possible, but we’ve made the editing feature more flexible and robust. Now you can add points to measurements while editing, which increases your ability to change the size and shape of a measurement, and further influence the accuracy of your measurement results.
Rotating & Resizing Measurements
Now you can rotate and resize measurements after you complete them. This can help you drastically reduce the time it takes to measure similar property features.
Now when you delete a measurement or a label, we ask you to confirm you want to delete it. This is a small addition to our tool set, but hopefully it will bring a large amount of joy when it stops you from accidentally deleting a measurement.
The Auto Save is designed to help you retrieve the last workspace you measured prior to logging out. We still recommend saving your workspaces the traditional way because the Auto Save only retrieves the last property you were working on prior to logging out. If you save your workspace the traditional way, you can retrieve it for future reference no matter what.
We’ve changed the background of our images in the interface from black to white. This change makes a big difference when saving and printing property photos from Go iLawn.
We also added the measurement group name to the measurement result box. Both of these changes make your measurement results much easier to read in the interface.
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We also increased the number of zoom levels you can access when working with your photos so the change from one zoom level to the next isn’t as drastic, giving your additional options when positioning photos for optimal measuring.
We added a column for the measurement group name to the Excel spreadsheet, so if you group measurements you can see what group the measurement result belongs to when reviewing your results.
Updated Property Boundaries
This is something we do every quarter, but a recent update to our parcel boundary database included updates for 1,661 counties in the United States! This accounts for over half of all counties in the U.S.
If you have any suggestions or ideas you would like to share about new features, tweaks or enhancements, we always love to hear about them. Contact us today with your idea and we will be sure to share it with our developers.