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Implementation Guide – Group Edition

This guide is meant to serve as a reference for an administrator going through the installation and configuration process of MapAnything. This guide does not cover every aspect of configuring MapAnything, only the recommended pieces to get MapAnything up and running smoothly.

1. Installation: This step will walk you through the package installation process of MapAnything.

Install MapAnything:  Follow this step to successfully install MapAnything into your sandbox or production environment

2. Configuration: This step will take you through the recommended configuration steps of the MapAnything package.

Base Objects: Navigate to the Base Objects section of the MapAnything Administration page.

Create Latitude and Longitude Fields: This will enable geocoding for records within Salesforce

Create Base Objects: Build and edit the base object connectors for your data to be mapped within MapAnything

Create a Custom Base Object: Build and edit custom base objects to be visualized within MapAnything

Settings: Navigate to the Settings section of the MapAnything Administration page.

General Settings: Choose which general settings to enable for your MapAnything implementation

Assign User Permissions: Select which user/profile(s) get permissions to perform specific functions within MapAnything

3. Administration: This step will take you through the recommended administration steps to prepare your MapAnything implementation.

Add MapAnything as a Tab: This will allow for easy access to MapAnything

Enable MapAnything in Salesforce1: Enable the MapAnything tabs in your Salesforce1 deployment

Manage Your Licenses: Allow end users access to the MapAnything application

Create Map It Buttons: This feature allows users to plot any record on a MapAnything map with just one click

Create Folders: Setup the folder structure to house queries for your end users

Create Marker Layers: Build reports for your end users to use inside of MapAnything

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