See the examples here
The map might not be set as public, ask the creator of this map to make it public, on the manage maps page.
The data points for maps are stored in a securely in our database.
The points for a map are only retrieved from the database to show that map when requested by the authenticated user who created the map, unless the map is set to public.
You can do it from the Account page, by clicking "Unlink Google Documents Account(s)"...
...or do it directly from Google at:
Though, if you are using Gsuite, you must use:
You can include any HTML tags (including hyperlinks) in your map pop-ups.
First you need to alter your spreadsheet data to have hyperlink tags as a column and then you need to assign that to the " Additional Info" field in the "assign fields" step.
<a target='_new' href='a href='http://www.cnn.com/' target='_blank'>http://www.cnn.com/'>News</a>
See this spreadsheet for an example: Embed Images and Links
The resulting map could look like this:
Additionally, you can use a function in the Google Sheet to create an automatic column for you without having to manually add HTML hyperlinks tags.
For example, add this to a new column:
=CONCATENATE("<a target='_new' href='", B5, "'>", B5, "</a>")
Where B5 is the column where your URL resides.
(UPDATE: eventually will have auto-url detection for this)
Create a new map (or just step back on the one you have open) and in step 2, "Assign Fields", assign anything to "Title" and/or "Additional Info".
In the 'Save Map' step of the create map process, and on the 'Manage Maps' page, there is the option to change your 'Default Zoom Level', which starts at 3, centered on one of your points chosen at random.
All except field mappings can be edited post creation using the edit maps button which can be found on the manage maps page
There is a trick you need to apply to your Google Sheet to accomplish this:
Create a CONCATENATE field in your spreadsheet, i.e.
=CONCATENATE(B2, '<br/>',D2, '<br />', F2)
See the 'ConcatenatedField' in the 'Band Event Dates' worksheet for an example at
Sample Google Sheet
Yes, there are a couple ways to do this:
1) Group By Column
a) On the 'Configure Map' step, choose 'Settings Type: Basic'
b) Select 'Group by distinct column Values' from the drop down
c) Choose the column holding the name of the sales person.
2) Custom criteria and Pin Images
a) On the 'Configure Map' step, choose 'Settings Type: Advanced'
b) Setting your own criteria and choose the images you want for each