Today, we’d like to explain to you why attributes and categories play a very important role in your new interactive map on Mapotic.com. The right combination of these two elements will make your map much easier to use for your new and existing visitors. What is the difference between attributes and categories? Categories work
One of the keys to the success of your new map is setting it up correctly. Mapotic offers dozens of detailed options, and the choice for the “right” setting depends primarily on the specific use of your map. In the video and article below, you will find basic settings that are important to fine-tune before
We have been working on making Mapotic easier to use lately as well as to develop new features that will be useful for the users and map owners. Take a look what's new!
Discover TOP 10 places for swimming in Thailand! Swimplaces is an online map, where you can find amazing places for swimming and share your favourites as well.
Prague based startup, Mapotic, which provides innovative mapping services, is completing a new version of the world’s largest shark tracking system for the US non-profit organization OCEARCH.
New map shows the best places worth visiting in the Alps. Every place in the map includes useful information such as altitude, activities or suitability for kids.
We've extended our offer of paid addons and redesigned the application. Here is a brief overview of what's new.
Global Footprint Network is a global organization founded in the 1990s in the US and its mission is to fight for sustainability and track human impact on our planet. The community map project #MoveTheDay is now launching to support eco-friendly projects and network people from around the globe.
During July 2019, several distributed attacks were conducted to make the Mapotic service inaccessible. Our IT team had to take measures to eliminate downtime.
We have a brand new function for you. How to easily create routes in your map? Read on!
Community map Swimplaces is joining the Mapotic family. The largest database of natural swimming in the Czech Republic will have new features and will be part of mapping platform Mapotic.
A local map guide of destinations attracts tourists to authentic experiences and helps demands for longer stays and better rankings.
Are you wondering what were we working on in April and May? Here is a brief list of the most important new features that you can try on your map.
An article about using the new function on our maps - creating routes. Creating routes is simple and useful, try it!
Main new features on our website implemented during March 2019. From updating the AdminPro addon to better search function on the map.
At the end of 2018, we launched a revenue model which enabled community leaders to use their insights and knowledge to develop their own branded app.
Check out new features on web and mobile app!
In 2018 we were working hard to improve our platform and added plenty of new features. The main focus was on social functions that will help your mapping projects engage more people and make it more interactive.
For Libor, the major challenge was finding the right way to share and showcase where he discovered Nepomuks and let other seekers help him. Collaboration with Mapotic transformed the engagement...
This article explains briefly the main differences between Mapotic and other map services, such as Google Maps, Google My Maps, Mapbox, CartoDB and similar.
VozejkMap is a unified and easy-to-use map of barrier-free sites not only in the Czech Republic.
Mapotic was founded as a spin-off project of a software company COEX and, simply stated, is a social map network.
One of Patients IBD’s major projects, WC Kompas, is about mapping every publicly accessible toilet in the Czech Republic. And it’s here that Mapotic is stepping in to help.
With the Mapotic platform focus on knowledge sharing and exchange, this is empowering the community to find the most recent information about each place in the map feed section.
New Mapotic era begins. With a newly defined mission we're bringing you a brand new website design and exciting map features. And new map freaks from all over the world.
It's not only about growing beautiful gardens and organic waste composting places on the map, but about community and real human connections.
You can now import data into Mapotic from Excel or Google spreadsheets.
Security and privacy of Mapotic users are and will always be our top priorities.
GDPR and other stuff – Changelog 2.13.0
Sidebars! – Changelog 2.12.0
Transfer from Google my maps enabled – Changelog 2.11.0
Import & Export – Changelog 2.10.0
Search by GPS and other news. Changelog 2.9.0
Dajngo 2.0 and other updates. Changelog 2.8.0
Main images and batch of other improvements and fixes in Mapotic 2.7.0 Change log 1.3.2018
February small big release Changelog 2.6.0
First February release with new possibilities of PRO version and finalization of possibility disabling user interactions. Changelog 2.5.0
There is untapped potential hidden in the geolocation data and in the new ways of using it. By simply displaying static data in a map, we get a new context, and a combination of various freely available datasets or user engagement gives us options that we couldn’t imagine before.
January batch of updates. Changelog 25. 1 .2018.
First new year’s update. Changelog 2.3.0
Maps can serve as an interesting and fresh way to bring fresh wind into the well known marketing strategy – the competition. Competition is a grateful tool for brand awareness and the acquisition of new customers. We tried it out on a joint project with the travel agency Mandala Adventures.
Where is the toilet, when you’ve a sudden urge? Where is the nearest barrier-free office or restaurant? Where to find good earthworms for the garden? Make it easier for people to find your non-profit.
Mapotic ranked number three in prestigious competition Vodafone Idea of the Year 2017.
PRAGUE – Mapotic is in the finals of Vodafone Idea of the Year competition.
A couple of tips and trick how to make your map more visible
Press realease to creation of route map of legendary travellers.