General aspects of the dashboard

What does the dashboard show?

  • After login, the dashboard is the first screen that appears when opening Pix4Dfields.


Note: Here how to sign up and first-time login into Pix4Dfields.
  • The dashboard lists all the projects that have been created.
  • Example demo datasets are located under EXAMPLES at the bottom of the screen.


Note: Here more information about the Example datasets.

Settings menu settings.jpg

On the dashboard, click the icon of the settings to see the App settings, Data handling, account, and more options. 

App settings


  • (optional) The Units of the project can be modified by selecting the Metric or Imperial units.
  • (optional) Click on Language to change the language of the application. Application features and functionality are now available in English, German, Japanese, and Spanish. 
  • (optional) Pix4Dfields allows the user to use its default basemap and to add a different basemap by connecting to a tile service.
    Note: For more information about changing the language click here, more information about base map here


Data handling 


  • Projects can be synchronized when sync is toggle on. To temporary disable, toggle off.  All about data sync here
  • Click on Data storage folder to see where the files are being stored.
  • Click on the Camera parameters file to process cameras that are not in our database.  For more information: here



  • Links to access the Manage Account, Licenses are available.
  • Click Log out to exit Pix4Dfields.



  • Links to access the TERMS OF USE, and PRIVACY POLICY is available.
  • Click ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to check the open-source technologies which Pix4Dfields uses.

Help and resources help-outline.png

What does the help and resources buttons show?


  • Click on the HELP AND RESOURCES icon at the upper right corner of the dashboard.
  •  Information about Pix4Dfields appears as well as the used VERSION of the software.
  • (optional) On LEARN MORE links to video tutorials, webinars, community, knowledgebase, and contact support are available.

Refresh the dashboard sync.jpg

  • Click on the refresh icon, to synchronize all the projects. All about data sync: here
Note: Data sync and Pix4Dfields cloud are two different functionalities. Data sync allows you to share data between multiple devices and requires more than one seat on your license. Pix4Dfields cloud enables you to process your images on the cloud after importing them using the cloud web uploader. For more information about Pix4Dfields cloud: here.

Organize all projects

To organize projects based on crop information or project structure


1. At the upper right corner of the dashboard, select ALL projects.
2. Click Farms, Clients, Organizations, Crop types, or Crop varieties to organize a project.
3. The projects will be grouped depending on the category that has been chosen.

To organize projects based on date or name


1. At the upper right corner of the dashboard beside the help button.
2. Click Sort by modification date, Sort by modification date (reversed), Sort by name, or Sort by name (reversed).
3. The projects will be grouped depending on the category that has been chosen.

Individual project settings

What does the project settings show?

1. Click the project menu at the bottom right corner of the project title settings.jpg.

2. A sidebar opens, to display information about the project which can be edited to include name, description, crop information, project structure, and data handling.

Note: Here more information about individual project settings.
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