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Plot On Load

Plot On Load Plot On Load automatically displays a marker layer on the map, as soon as you launch MapAnything. This saves you time by displaying commonly used markers layers, instead of manually plotting each, by clicking them in the Sidebar. For example, you can automatically map all of your accounts and leads, when you . . . Read more

Shape Layer for Countries

Shape Layer for Countries MapAnything has always provided users with the ability to visually display territory boundaries.  Now MapAnything has included the option to create a Shape Layer consisting of multiple countries. In addition, users can define these boundaries based on different levels of granularity. Such as States, Counties, Zip Codes, . . . Read more

Plot a Marker Layer

Plot a Marker Layer Plotting a Marker Layer is essential to using MapAnything. Marker Layers are made up of combinations of search criteria. Plotting Marker Layers produces markers which users can interact with and overlay to create unique views of their customer data. To plot a query, follow the below directions. 1. Navigate to . . . Read more

Using Different Marker Modes

Marker Modes When a Marker Layer is plotted on the map all of the markers display in Marker mode by default if there are 500 or less records. If there are 500 or more records in the Marker Layer, it will plot in Cluster mode. Overview of the 4 marker modes . . . Read more

Edit a Plotted Query

Edit a Plotted Query Many times a user will plot a query to the map and realize they need to change something about it to modify the data that is displayed. With the Edit & Refresh option this is easily done. 1. Plot a query to the map. 2. Hover . . . Read more

How to Drop a Pin for Bad Addresses

How to Drop a Pin for Bad Addresses When an address is unknown or invalid for any given reason, it is returned as a “bad” address within MapAnything. When this happens, users have several options to fix the issue. The list could be exported, cleaned, and re-imported or fixed on . . . Read more

How to Access a KML File with MapAnything

How to Access a KML File with MapAnything Now that you have uploaded your KML file to Salesforce, you are able to access and view it using the MapAnything interface. To do so begin by opening MapAnything in your browser. To access and display the KML file you need to . . . Read more

Create a Shape Layer

Create a Shape Layer Creating Shape Layers in MapAnything is very similar to creating a Marker Layer. Shape Layers provide a visual boundary on the map which most commonly represents a territory. To create a Shape Layer begin by: 1. Navigate to the Sidebar and click the Layers tab. 2. Click . . . Read more

Create a Favorite Location

Create a Favorite Location Many times MapAnything users have locations such as their Home or Office which they need to use frequently with regards to routing or proximity searching. MapAnything provides a way to store these “Favorite Locations” in a quick and easy way. So instead of  plotting a query . . . Read more

How to Upload a KML File for MapAnything

How to Upload a KML File KML files can be used in MapAnything as data overlays for visual representations. A KML file could contain coordinates of well sites in the oil fields of Texas or a map of fiber line across the country for a telecommunications company. Using KML files . . . Read more