Once the “Add” menu is opened, hover over the “Shapes” option. Then select the “Rectangles” option to open the “Add Rectangles” display window.
Add rectangles to your map by clicking and dragging your mouse on the map. As you move your mouse, you’ll see the area of the rectangle next to your cursor. Finish the rectangle by releasing your mouse. Repeat these steps to add as many rectangles as you’d like.
Click “Style” to open a display window to change the rectangle’s cosmetic settings. Click “Done” to close the display window and stop editing the rectangle territory folder.
Select the fill and border colors by selecting preset colors or using hex codes for custom colors. You set the opacity and weight of the fill and border as well. Those settings will be applied to all future rectangles that are drawn. To change the style of rectangles that have already been drawn, click on “Style” in the dropdown menu for the rectangles.You can select “OK” then “Done” to go back to your main map menu.
After clicking “Done,” you can right click inside any of the rectangles on the map then select “Report.” That will open a territory report that shows you all the locations within that area.
From the report menu, information can be organized further by clicking on the column headers to alphabetize or sort data. The data can also be exported into an Excel spreadsheet by clicking the download button.