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I have created a basic QGIS project with a basemap and a point layer saved with CRS OSGB 1936/British national grid. When uploaded to Qfield, my actual location and the layers I have uploaded don't match. I presume this is a beginners CRS problem?

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Almost certainly. Check under Project Properties, and then layer properties for each layer. If your base map is, for instance Google, in Project_Properties_Transformations you also need to have appropriate translations loaded.

Project_Properties_Transformations

The Transformations are added by pressing the green plus button. This opens the dialog below. Select your source CRS, which for Google is EPSG:3857. And your destination CRS, i.e. the CRS you use, for instance BNG (or more accurately, EPSG:27700).

Slect Datum Transformations

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  • Hi, I'm having a similar issue. When you say 'you also need to have appropriate translations loaded', how do you go about including them your qfield project ? Could you elaborate a bit ?
    – lhowarth
    Commented May 18, 2022 at 8:00
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    see updated answer
    – Oisin
    Commented May 24, 2022 at 18:24

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