Let’s get started adding list totals to the database:

The first thing you’ll see at the main listing view is a screen of basic choices:

enter-step-one

Clicking one of the list choices wil pop up a second box with those lists:

enter-step-two

At this point, you can click the “Edit Your List” button at the top-right of this new box:

enter-step-three

Clicking inside the box will activate the text field (indicated when it glows blue), and you can enter your total. Note that for areas that have abbreviations, there will be a pop-up tool-tip, so you don’t have to remember what all of them mean.

Also notice the check-box next to each text field. Clicking this indicates that you did not include heard-only species, and on the display page is indicated with this icon: no-heard-only

The system saves as you make each keystroke, so there’s no need to click a “save” button or wait for the page to refresh. After a few minutes of getting used to this, you’ll find adding and editing your totals a “total breeze”!

If you are logged in, you can use the “Edit Your List” button to add or update your totals at any point while viewing any list.

Click here to view the lists…

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