You can share your maps in ZeeMaps with other users, giving them controlled access.
To share your map, sign-in to ZeeMaps and go to the My Maps page. In the Owned map section, select the maps that you want to share by clicking on the map row anywhere except the title of the map. The selected rows will change to a blue background color. Then, use the Map Operations menu above the list, and the Share sub-menu within it to share the maps.
This will bring up a dialog that allows you to specify the users with whom you want to share the maps, along with access rights that you want to give them, i.e., Viewer, Member or Admin.
Once you have shared the maps, they’ll become available to the other users in the Accessible tab of their My Maps section.
You can change access rights, or revoke the sharing anytime, by going to your Shared maps section in the My Maps page. The users with whom you have shared maps can also reject a sharing through their Accessible tab.
Google Maps often display local business listings. When you are searching for local businesses, this can be a useful feature. At other times, however, the business pointers can clutter the map, or worst show competitor’s business on your map!
For example, in the following map of a block around our offices, several businesses are listed, such as one Indian and one Mexican restaurant. If you are a paid subscriber, ZeeMaps will allow you to remove these business listings from your map.
Use the Map -> Settings menu to get the Map Settings page, and then select the Map Display tab to change the map display settings.
Within that, check the box that says “Remove local business listings from map”:
Once you have set this checkbox, now if you go back to the map, the local businesses will no longer show:
The business listings will not show on your map as long as you have signed-up for one of our paid plans.
If you have a map published in a secure (https) site, please read on.
Recently Firefox and Chrome have stopped showing mixed mode (secure and non-secure) content through IFRAMEs.
In order for your secure published map to work in Firefox and Chrome, please get a new publish HTML code from ZeeMaps, or change the SRC URL of the IFRAME to HTTPS from HTTP.
Let us know if we can provide any additional assistance.
We have revised our subscription and pay-per-use pricing to provide more flexible options. Frequent users of ZeeMaps will benefit from subscribing to one of our plans, while occasional users can take advantage of the Pay-per-Use options for one off purchases.
You can see the details on our Pricing page.
Basic: free plan with unlimited maps and unlimited markers. When the map is published or shared, it will display a small ZeeMaps branding logo and an advertisement. You can upload up to 500 entries at a time on each map as long as the total entries on the map does not exceed 500. Advertisements and branding can be removed from individual maps on a pay-per-use basis. You can buy additional upload credits. Map images in PNG or PDF formats are individually priced.
Professional: All of Basic features plus additional capabilities for advanced map editing and 2,500 Upload Credits. Images that would normally cost $5.00 are free.
Professional Publisher: All capabilities of Professional plan, plus no advertisements or ZeeMaps branding on published maps. Images that would normally cost $20.00 are free.
Enterprise: All of Professional Publisher plus add your own brand logo on the map pages and multi-map admin capabilities. For example, you can change the Admin password for all your maps together. Enterprise level subscribers get an additional 20,000 upload credits. Images that would normally cost $50.00 are free.
Remove advertisements, and optionally branding, from a single published or shared map.
Order map images in different sizes and resolutions for use in presentations, brochures, etc.
We have migrated users from the old subscriptions to an equivalent or better plan.
Happy New Year!
ZeeMaps now has significantly improved map display in smartphones and tablets.
Point your mobile browser to your map URL, and a specially crafted simpler mobile map will show. (Try our sample map.)
In tablets, there is an option to see the full map, in case you need to make additions or changes to the map. Ability to add markers from mobile browsers, and other interesting features, are coming soon.
Please let us know if there’s something that doesn’t work as expected.