Mobble Maps

The Mobble mapping feature is here! Read on to find out where to start, how it works, and all the things you can do with Mobble Maps. But first, where and who can access Mobble maps:

  • Maps is a bonus feature available for Business and Enterprise subscriptions.
  • Adding and editing paddock boundaries can only be done via the Mobble web-app.
  • Mobble's mobile app can access and use these maps offline.

If you've got an existing map file, send it through to us at and we can upload it for you. If you've got existing paddocks in Mobble, make sure the paddock names in the map file are an exact match so we can upload them correctly.

To begin mapping paddocks in Mobble, log into the Mobble web-app in your browser here.

Navigating Maps in the Web-App

Mobble's farm map via the web-app
  • To access the mapping tool: Click "map" from the menu on the left of the web-app in your browser.
  • To Zoom: use the scroll wheel on your mouse or the plus and minus symbols in the bottom left.
  • To move around: click and drag the map.
  • To centre the property: click the symbol with the two arrows on the left.
  • To measure a distance: click the symbol with the ruler> click the start point> click the end point. The measurement will display under the end point. Click the ruler symbol again to clear the measurement.
  • To find paddocks: Once you've mapped your paddocks, you can find them via the search bar in the top right or click the menu icon to the left of the bar to display a paddock list.

Draw an Existing Paddock

Drawing an existing paddock in Mobble maps.
  1. Click the menu icon to the left of the Search Paddocks bar.
  2. Click the name of the paddock.
  3. Zoom in on the map to find the paddock.
  4. Click Draw Paddock Boundary.
  5. Click each corner of the paddock sequentially to draw the paddock.
  6. Click back on the first point to finish.
  7. Click Update Paddock.
  8. If you would like the automatically calculated paddock area to replace your previously entered area, click Yes on the prompt.

Edit a Paddock Boundary

Editing a paddocks boundary in Mobble maps.
  1. Click the name of the paddock you want to edit.
  2. Click Edit in the bottom right corner of the menu.
  3. Click and drag the points around the edit the paddock boundary.
  4. Click Update to save your changes when finished.
  5. Click Yes on the prompt to update the paddock area, or No if you’d like to keep the existing area.

Delete a Paddock Boundary

  1. Click the paddock on the map.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Click the rubbish bin icon.

Create a New Paddock via Maps 

  1. Click the plus symbol in the bottom right corner.
  2. Click Add Paddock.
  3. Click each corner of the paddock sequentially to draw the paddock.
  4. Click back on the first point to finish the boundary.
  5. Enter the paddock Name and Type.
  6. Enter the arable area if you prefer, otherwise Mobble will automatically calculate the area once you add the paddock.
  7. Click Add Paddock.

Mobble Maps on Mobile

Use all of Mobble's great features via Mobble maps on mobile.

To access your map on your mobile device, select Map from the menu on the left. Here you'll be able to see your paddocks, areas and mob locations. Paddocks in a withholding period will display with a red outline, while mobs in a withholding period will have a red dot on the mob pin. Note: You can only edit or add paddock boundaries via the web-app.

Touch a paddock to select it. This will bring up the paddock information at the bottom of the screen. Touch this again to bring up all your management options: you can view mobs to add mob actions or complete mob moves, add paddock actions, or add tasks right from maps.

Simple! We hope you enjoy using Mobble Maps and as always, don't hesitate to get in touch if you need a hand.

Get in contact with us directly at or call +61409704652 for AU Mobblers or +642041208383 for NZ.

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