Getting started is not difficult, its after a few years things get dis-organized. One major tip is decide how youre keeping track before leaving the truck. If you're taking video footage and stating in the video what location, it can be a headache changing names later. I like to keep everything on my external hard drive and backed up somewhere. Every year / Twice year I export my maps from GPS to hard drive / online backup (after scouting season & after hunting season). They can be accessed anywhere, anytime if I needed.
Also decide when you find a primary bed w secondary beds for wind shifts, are those secondary beds going to be named? I suggest no, just take note of them. Mark the primary bed w all winds possible and take everything into account before the hunt.
If taking footage is something you plan to do, get a large storage card for the cell bc it will fill up fast after a full day out scouting. If you dont export the footage after the outing, then go out again it will really be quick. When taking footage FROM the beds be sure to slow down, take good footage and note things thoroughly. Referencing it before a hunt has been very helpful to me bc as the season changes and leaves drop his view can be different or I can get refreshed on the full situation. Also, for guys that use climbers the video footage is golden bc you can choose trees in the videos if the wind is slightly different than initially planned for.