To set up your spot tracker to work with the OBM1000 Spot Tracker, provide the following, name, glId and the start and end dates. You must be exact with the glId code and the start and end dates must properly bracket the time period you want the map to follow your spot tracker. An invalid date range won't make it to the map. Provide an email if you want a confirmation of your OBM1000 spot tracker setup.
Enter the riders name, alias, anonymous label or other distinguishing identifier.
Select one of the registered routes to use with this tracker.
Bingen Odel: 9462895
DRR 200 2016: 16607536
Das Verboot: 11060820
This is your SPOT feed identifier and it is an ugly bug. You can find your GlID in your shared page URL. Just use the code, don't include the "GlID=" from the URL. Example:
. So for this URL you would enter this code: 7vtqQTbuOHRt5mqSX12W2BERjS5q1B5J9
Enter the date and time you want the map to start checking your spot feed. The map will only track your feeds after the start date and time and before the EndDate and time. The start date must be earlier than the finish date.
Enter the date and time you want the map to stop checking your spot feed. The map will only track your feeds after the start date and before the EndDate and time. The finish date must be later than the start date. Consider setting the end time far enough past the end of the event so people following you are not left wondering what happened to you.
If you want an confirmation email, enter your correct email address here. You can leave this empty if you don't want a confirmation.
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