With this demo you will see how points map works on a desktop. Simply use the arrows below to follow the steps and then repeat the actions in the embedded section below th banner.
PointsMap can easily be embedded in your website and linked to your menu. It can automatically have a specified category selected and all the points in that category will be highlighted on the map. This allows you to embed PointsMap on numerous pages of your website under menu items like "Where to Eat", "Where to Stay" and "What to Do".
Here is a quick overview of some of the features you will have access to as an Administrator for your unique PointsMap. Note how easy it is to set up your new PointsMap with just a few clicks.
Click the Arrows Below to See an Overview of How to Manage PointsMap.
The three ways to add a Point:
Click add a point button in the admin tab.
Enter the longitude and latitude.
Just click the mouse on the map.
The Bulk Import feature allows you to organize multiple Points in a spreadsheet document and have them automatically load. You can quickly add a list of hundreds Points.
You control your users first impression of your map. The simple menu options allow you to select the initial zoom level of the map, the map type, and the orientation.
In your Control Panel, you will find dedicated pages to your Lines, Zones, and SubMaps, allowing you to edit content, category, and more, quickly and efficiently.
Through PointsMap's traffic page you can monitor visits and see when the peak dates and times are.
Now you can edit PointsMap anywhere. Using an online tablet, you can access the Admin portal and keep your map information up-to-the-minute for all your Users.
Users will find an intuitive interface waiting for them. They can easily find Categories or specific Points through the Table of Contents, or use PointsMap's Search Options to return all instances of a search term within that map.
The process is as easy as filling out a form. Adding, editing, or deleting Points, Paths, and Zones is done with just a few mouse clicks. When visitors first arrive on a PointsMap, where their map centers, the type of map, the zoom level and visible Categories can be set. Keeping information up-to-date is simple and can even be done remotely with a tablet.