There are four main things you can include on your map in Unearth: sewer lines, access and end points, pipe issues, and other drawings. These Help Articles show you how to add these to your map, and how to edit them.

You can add assets to the map for Sanitary Sewer, Storm, and Combined infrastructure. You'll find Combined assets under the places that you select either Sewer or Storm assets.

1. Start by adding in a mainline. When you add a mainline to the map, you’re automatically adding manholes at the access and end points of the mainline segment, but you can choose different access and end points if you’d like. Click on the Sewer or Storm tab on the left, and then select Mainline. Click on the start point, and double click at the end. Click and drag to show where the mainline bends. Save in the lower right.

2. Edit the length of a mainline by clicking on the mainline, selecting Edit, and then changing its length. You can also change its access and end points or reverse the flow direction from here. If you’re an operator, please note that you’ll only be able to edit things that you or your crews added to the map.

3. Adding a lateral to the map is like adding a mainline. Click on the lateral’s start point and then double click on the lateral’s end point. The access point automatically appears as a cleanout. Like with a mainline, you can change the access point as well as the length.

4. You’ll notice labels pointing to each access and end point and sewer line. You can move or edit the labels by clicking on them and selecting Edit.

5. If you find a cross bore or other issue in your inspection, you can report it on the map. Go to the tab of the type of pipe you found the issue in (sanitary or storm), find the icon for the right type of issue, and click on the map to add it.

6. To add video, photos, or any other type of document, click on the asset you want to associate the file with, click on upload, and then choose the file.

7. You can also annotate your map with text or lines, from the Text & Shapes tab.

For more details, see the rest of our Help Articles.

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