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Territory Collaboration

Thoroughly working your territory is of the highest priority, and one of the best ways to do so is by making use of the built-in <b>location</b> collaboration system. <br /> By adding <b>locations</b> to your territory, publishers in your congregation will be able to make use of them when they work the same territory in the future. <br /><br /><h4>Adding a Location</h4> You <b>must</b> first be <i>logged in</i> to add a location. Once logged in, simply <i>click</i> the <b>Map Options</b> button to <i>toggle</i> to the <b>edit mode</b> as depicted in the picture below. <div class="help-image"><img src="" /></div> Once you have gone into <b>edit mode</b> you can then <i>mark</i> where the <b>location</b> is on the map with the draw tool as shown in the picture below. <div class="help-image"><img src="" /></div> There are various location <b>types</b> to choose from, from a regular house, to an apartment complex, office, or even a truck stop. <br /><br /><h4>Confirming the Created Location</h4> Once you have marked where the location is on the map a creation dialog will appear as shown in the picture below. <div class="help-image"><img src="" /></div><h4>Saving</h4> After making sure the location details are correct, <b>save</b> the location and the location will then be added for your entire congregation! <br /> The location will appear in the list as shown in the image below and available to your congregation in both digital and print formats once <b>approved</b> by your congregation's territory servants. <div class="help-image"><img src="" /></div><h4>Apartment Complexes and Units</h4> A location may be made up of <b>units</b> where many addresses are within one building. This is where <b>units</b> can be used and added to mark and keep track of these addresses as well. <br /><br /> Simply click the add unit button as shown in the image below to add a unit to the location. <div class="help-image"><img src="" /></div>