You must be signed into your account to add a tree.
Scroll down on the home page to 'ADD TREES'.
Let TreePlotter know the name of the tree you are plotting. You can use its common name or its species name. If you don't know the name, try putting a few features into a search engine.
For example, an image search using the terms 'fluffy pink tree flowers' will tell you you are looking at a Persian Silk Tree
Click PLOT TREE
Move your cursor to mark the tree's location on the map. Click the mouse to plot the tree, then you are 'DONE PLOTTING'.
Add in as much detail as you can about the tree.
You can upload photos too.
You don't need to save your work because the program saves it for you automatically.
Admire your handiwork. Your tree will appear on the map as a triangle. Council officers will be notified that another tree has been mapped. Once Council staff have verified the details of the tree, it will display as a circle and form a permanent part of Council's record.