Use Mapsly to create a custom map accessible by a link, with a subset of your CRM data updated in real time, search filters, custom buttons, forms and Mapsly features relevant to your use case. Add this map to any public or private web source, or simply send it by email.
Shared maps can address a wide range of scenarios where an external resource needs a map that is updated in real time. Some typical use cases are:
You may want to add a multi-level search filter by brand, colors/sizes per product and product availability per location. The filter will use live data from your product catalog and inventory management system to show only relevant entries. Filter fields may be dependent, so that colors and sizes are filled in based on the selected product.
Add custom buttons and dynamic forms to locations’ map popup to gather leads, customer feedback or orders; execute custom and call external APIs when necessary.
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To create shared maps you’ll need to enable a Shared maps add-on for a fixed monthly price (see Mapsly pricing). It includes 1,000 map loads per day and 5,000 loads per month, which can be increased for an additional fee (that will depend on your desired limits).
Map with pins without labels, on a light map, with the address search bar.
Map with territories, with labels containing a custom metric, on a dark map.
School locator with a collapsible list view and a filter by distance. To search around a “base” location, check the Update base location box while entering the location. To jump to an address without changing the base location, uncheck Update base location when entering an address. A map marker shows the school name when the mouse is pointing at it.
A personalized map can be embedded into any portal solution. In this example a map is added to a customer portal build in 10 minutes with Zoho Creator Portal, which is available both as a web app and a mobile app.
When a Customer record is added to a CRM, Mapsly automatically generates a signed personalized map link that shows Property records assigned to this particular customer and registers the customer in the Portal. When the customer logs into the Portal with their email, they see the map on the Map page. Apart from being able to click on map markers to view records’ data, the customer can press Schedule visit in the map popup to file a request for a property visit that Mapsly will create as a record in the CRM.
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