Every user accesses the FieldDoc platform via their personal user account.
For those new to FieldDoc, you must create an account to get started. All accounts should be assigned to your business email address and will need to be assigned to a FieldDoc organization.
Watch the tutorial or use the step-by-step instructions below to create your account.
1. Navigate to FieldDoc.org
All work starts at FieldDoc.org
2. Click on "Need an Account"
From the main landing page, you need to create a unique account before you can get started. Click "Sign Up" to head to the Registration Page.
3. Populate all fields with the requested information.
All fields with an asterisk are required fields. Make sure to register with your real name and a work email address.
4. Request to Join an Organization
Your account must be tied to an organization. If available, FieldDoc will suggest an organization for you to join based on your email domain. If your organization is not yet in the system, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it to the system for you.
5. You have completed the set up process!
After an organization owner approves your request you will receive an email confirming the completion of the process. If you wait 24 hours and have not received this email, please get in touch with our team at email@example.com. We will help connect you with the organization owners to complete the process.
Helpful Registration Tips!
Only one account can be created for each email address. If the system says you’ve already created an account you can return to the sign in page to request a password reset.
Forgot your password? No worries! Click Forgot Your Password and an email will be sent to your inbox so that you can create a new one and get back into the system quickly.
Everyone should create their own log-in account. You can assign collaborators outside of your organization within a project.
You must use your real name when creating your account. FieldDoc relies on transparency for building collaborations and verifying work.
You can only join an organization where you are employed. Consultants and contractors should create their own organization and then join individual projects as project collaborators.