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Share maps with other users

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 and hit the Share button in the menu bar. This will bring up a dialog that […]

Export list from geographical search on your map

The search capability in ZeeMaps allows you to search your map based on marker field values and geography, e.g., you can search for all “Gold” customers in California in a customer map on ZeeMaps. Use the View -> Search menu item on your map to bring up a search dialog as shown below: Section A […]

Maps published in secure (HTTPS) sites not showing in Firefox and Chrome

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 […]

Secure access, radius regions, and updated Google Maps

Along with several improvements, today we  introduce some major new features for ZeeMaps: Secure https access, Radius Regions, and Updated Google Maps. You can now access ZeeMaps using the https protocol. Google Ads will still show using the http protocol, so you may get warnings of mixed content in IE. To remove the mixed content […]