FAQ

  • How to Add, Edit, View and Delete Records

    Adding a Record Below is a screenshot of part of the Groups section (list page) of AotG by way of example. All other sections are similarly laid out and the information below applies to these as well. [image:140] Click [inline:134:.middle] to add a new… more »
  • How to Print Records

    Every main section (list page) of AotG has a [inline:213:.middle] PRINT-FRIENDLY PAGE BUTTON. This BUTTON doesn’t print directly from the screen, but rather customises a page for you to print with your browser’s built in File >> Print function.… more »
  • A Guide to Icons Used

    Icons Used Throughout AotG  [inline:122:.middle] Generate Report [inline:123:.middle] Edit Record [inline:121:.middle] View Details Colour-Coded Icons Used in Specific Areas The sections in AotG are colour-coded as shown on this Dashboard screenshot:… more »
  • How to Sort Records

    Each section of AotG sorts records in an order most relevant to it. The default sort in: AotG >> Animals is alphabetically by the IDENTIFIER COLUMN HEADING AotG >> Groups is alphabetically by the GROUP NAME COLUMN HEADING (this is the only… more »
  • Using Search

    The search function searches the list page you are in: for example it will search animal data when in the Animals section, group data when in the Groups section, and so on. There are three ways to search your data in AotG. The simplest way uses the… more »
  • Can I Change the Name and/or Farm Name?

    Yes! Just get in touch and ask us to change the name and/or farm name that appears at the bottom of the page when logged in, as you won’t be able to do this yourself: [image:66] more »
  • Can I Transfer My Account?

    Yes! Just get in touch and ask us to change the name and/or farm name that appears at the bottom of the page when logged in, to those the new account holder would like: [image:65] Give the new user your access details—which they can change once logged… more »
  • How to Construct a Pedigree

    Please also read Adding Animals: Where to Start? together with this article before proceeding to enter a herd and its ancestors. We cover different approaches, and which may be better than others depending on your objectives and herd size. How far back… more »
  • How to Move Animals In and Out of Your Herd

    You’ve entered a whole bunch of animals—some are yours, some are agisted/boarded with you, and some are ancestors. Your list of animals is looking long and unmanageable. How to separate them out? Simply create a master group of the animals you care for… more »

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