Here at Mapline, we want to create the most powerful tools available for mapping, routing, customer management, and more. One of our bearings that helps us create those tools is Clarity. In everything we do, we want the path to be clear, simple, and straightforward. To help bring more clarity to your experience, we are excited to announce the release of Mapline Academy.
For the past 10 years, we’ve been focused on building the most robust, simple to use, and analysis-driven mapping software on the planet. Throughout the development process, it became clear that our customers needed more. For many, Mapline was only a part of the solution; we saw how Mapline could become the whole solution.
A lot has been going on behind the scenes at Mapline recently. You may have already noticed improvements in speed and performance within Mapline, but there’s even more than meets the eye! We are continuously improving our user experience to ensure that our customers are satisfied. Several improvement are taking shape that will exceed your expectations and maximize the power of geospatial analysis. Let's take a look!
Making an awesome map doesn’t have to be difficult. Mapline will give you all of the tools that you need to create a map that’s not only functional, but also looks incredible. Your days of working with bland data visualization tools are over. Let us provide the wow factor for your data! In Mapline, you can adjust your map’s styling, positioning, and zoom settings all in one easy-to-access menu.
Say goodbye to messy spreadsheet formulas and easily create, apply, and save filters in Mapline! Our dynamic filtering tool is here and more powerful than ever. Want to visualize your data in unique and groundbreaking ways? This article will highlight the features of this tool, and demonstrate just how powerful it can be when used in conjunction with your own data.
Mapline’s routing is something we’ve put a lot of effort into. Today’s post is going to be a deep dive into how to best make use of this versatile tool. Don’t worry, it’s going to be an enjoyable deep dive, like the kind one does off the Caribbean Reefs. But with less coral and starfish and more streets and stops. In hindsight, that metaphor broke down a little at the end.