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It has been an exciting week for Land Surveyors United! We welcomed our 3500th member and there are literally DROVES of new an exciting faces on the network to learn something new from. Be sure to stop in and make some new friends over the weekend.
We have been working day and night on getting Land Surveyors University up to speed, revising the Levels and Missions and hope you will take the time to begin your journey to Level Ten. Take a look at this complete breakdown of all ten levels and missions. Remember that this is the first learning experiment of its kind. YOU are the teacher. Everyoneis a student. Let's learn about how land surveying is done in all parts of the world. Each mission should not take a lot of your time and the prizes for the top levels will be worth your time and energy. Please be sure to share this infographic with your fellow surveyors.
It was high time that we released a complete introduction to the network's mobile rover, which works on all mobile devices and phones. In this easy to follow infographic, we explain the various new features on the mobile rover and how to use it to do things like upload photos from the field and how to manage groups on the go.
After studying this quick guide, you should be able to manage all of your networking and social media tasks from anywhere, using your mobile phone or tablet.
Over the past week, we have been tightening up the categorical aspects of our member directory. After many inquiries from members regarding the differences between different member badge types, we rolled out this Guide to Member Categories and Badges. In this guide you can learn the differences between badge types and how to change yours if you so wish.
We are working on a new version of the member map, so if you'd like to be placed inside this new map, please head over to this page and add yourself to the new version. It is going to be packed with new interactive features not found in the present version.
As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to send us feedbackas we always love to hear your ideas.
If you are new to the network, take a long hard look at this Getting Started Guidein order to make the most of your membership on Land Surveyors United.
Thank you for continuing to make Land Surveyors United the best, most useful social network on the planet for geospatial professionals.
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