Export Printable Maps


Export map images right from Mapline! With a few clicks, you can export images the size of your screen or even blow them up to 4 times the size of your screen for enlarged printing. Simply follow these steps to export an image of your map.

  1. Open your map in Mapline
  2. Click on Menu
  3. Click on Export
  4. Select what you want to export (Map or Sidebar)
  5. Select the image size you want

There are three image sizes: Regular, Large, and Extra Large. Regular creates a map that is the size of your screen, Large creates a map that is two times the size of your screen, and Extra Large creates a map that is four times the size of your screen. Naturally, the higher the zoom level the more detailed the map will be. Meaning the Extra Large map will be the most detailed map, but will also be a much larger image than the other two.

Sign up to start printing maps to use as handouts, for the wall in your office, or anything else!

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API

The Mapline API allows you to integrate your systems with Mapline. The API Documentation has all of the information and documentation needed to use Mapline’s API. Please contact us if you are interested in learning more about Mapline’s API pricing plans and gaining access to Mapline’s API solutions.

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Map Territory Reports

What are territory reports? These are summary reports on different territory areas. Using Mapline’s territory summary reporting feature, you can quickly plot your sales data on a map, click on the territory, and see all the locations inside along with other metrics such as their total or average sales for locations with sales data.

Example at Work

Let’s say you are a sales company and you cover the entire United States. To get the sales territory report of each individual state (where a sales manager is assigned per state), just click on a specific state to see all the information right in front of your eyes. The report contains the following:

  • Measurements – the shape of the territory, number of sides, area, and center coordinate
  • Summary of All Data – summary of all data sets inside the territory which include name, location count, midpoint, and center of minimum distance. If you have sales numbers in your pins, then you can see the total or average sales for each territory.
  • Export option – to download the territory report.

Territory Reports – Uses and Benefits

Use territory reports to analyze your sales territories. Identify which users have been assigned to which territories, which users have been assigned more than one territory, or which users have no territories.

  • Access performance reports of Sales Managers.
  • Access customer data to build strategic selling actions.
  • Drive additional sales to new market.
  • Establish optimal business with different sales areas.
  • Gain insight on market segmentation.
  • Identify customers to focus on.
  • Identify customer opportunities.

Want to try this out now? Easy! Just create your map and place your sales data pins on the map. Then, overlay the territory you would like to view.

Territory Map Reporting

To access the territory report:

  1. Hover your mouse to a specific territory and click it.
  2. Your territory report will appear.
  3. Click the “Download” link

That’s how easy it is to see territory performance reports! You can also create a heat map of your territories to visualize the performance. Sign up to get started mapping!

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Create Sublayers to Group Pins On Your Map

You can easily group the pins on your map with a few clicks. Let’s say you have a spreadsheet of customers and each customer as an assigned sales manager. You can use the Sublayers feature to assign different pins for each sales manager’s locations. You can do the same thing to visualize customer segments, location types, or regions.

Steps to add Sublayers to your map

  1. Create a new map and add a dataset on your map.
  2. Click layer options menu next to the layer on your map.
  3. Select the Sublayer option.
  4. Click the Add Sublayers button.
  5. Select the category from your Excel spreadsheet that you would like to use as categories on your map.
  6. Click Done.

Group Pins on Map (Sublayers)

That’s all it takes to group your pins and assign different icons for different groups of locations! Sign up to try it out yourself.

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