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Upload spreadsheet to a map: New Video

We’ve recently released a 2-minute video demonstrating how to upload your spreadsheet data to a map on ZeeMaps. The video creates a map of hotels and dining establishments in Austin, Texas. We create a new map, upload the spreadsheet to the map, adjust the column assignments and submit. Within a few minutes we have a […]

Now accepting Excel (.xls, xlsx) files

For bulk uploading of multiple markers on maps, ZeeMaps now accepts Excel files (.xls, .xlsx). This is in addition to the Comma Separated Values (CSV) ¬†files, Google Spreadsheets, and copy-and-paste, that ZeeMaps already accepts. To upload your Excel spreadsheet, use the Additions > Add Multiple Markers > Upload Spreadsheet menu item on your map, and […]

Changes to Bulk Uploads: Introducing pay-per-use pricing and removing 10,000 markers limit

Due to increased cost from our service providers, we need to start charging for large data uploads (> 500) to ZeeMaps. At the same time, we are removing the restriction of 10,000 entries per map. Each map will still be eligible for up to 500 entries upload for free. If your upload has more than […]

Automatic Marker Categorization from CSV, Spreadsheet data

We now provide automatic marker categorization through copy-and-paste, CSV upload and Google Spreadsheets. During the confirmation dialog for the upload process, make sure you mark the appropriate data column as the “Category” map field. There are no restrictions to the column name that you can use, as long as you mark it as the “Category” […]