Bringing people together using maps The combination of maps and social features are a huge asset of Mapotic. In fact, we sometimes like to describe it as “a combination of Facebook groups and Google maps” due to it’s crowdsourcing possibility and to the user interaction possibilities. In one of our recent updates, we have further
Improved interaction between users, adding multiple pictures and more new features At Mapotic, we have spent the summer holidays working on interesting projects and development of new features that were most requested by Mapotic users. Today, we’re bringing you an overview of what new has been added to Mapotic and you can now use to
Attribute visibility settings are available only for maps with active Plus plan / Admin PRO add-on In February 2020, we released a new hidden attribute feature. In today’s update, we have improved this feature. Now it offers 3 levels of visibility, which significantly expands the possibilities of its use. In this article, we’ll introduce you to feature improvements and provide
Start with “Why” Many Mapotic users create maps in order to map what’s important to them, or they want to share it with others and connect with people with similar interests. Map of community gardens Mapko.cz A number of books have been written on the subject of successful projects and business, not only in the
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 as a primary navigation element.
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
How Mapotic help destination managers to resist the hegemony of global giants and get tourists to visit off the beaten track destinations.
A local map guide of destinations attracts tourists to authentic experiences and helps demands for longer stays and better rankings.
The team at Mapotic have been busy in recent weeks. As we ramp up our product features and expand our reach to all four corners of the globe, we’ve also been conducting research into how we can improve our solution for users.
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. Mandala Adventures was held at
A place on the map, or POI (Point of interest) may be just a pin with a name. Or it can be an information-rich page with a lot of information. After our experience with testing several map projects, we tried to create Mapotic in a way that it can be used with a wide range
A couple of tips and trick how to make your map more visible
The possibilities for using the online maps are endless as there so many of things that you can map. Some maps are just for fun, others address community needs, and others can save lives. Some map projects are adding new users, others are closed for a few people or can be private for individual mapping
Splitting places into categories is a way to keep track of the locations. Categories you create for a new map will create icons for users to show only one or more selected categories on the map. This will make it easier to navigate on the map. When naming and categorizing, it is necessary to keep
European structural and investment funds Operation programme Prague – Growth Pole Czech Republic.