Yes, you can! Geopointe now allows you to create multiple map objects per Salesforce object. Each map object would point to one address.
Here is a video example of what the process looks like to set up a secon...
Some Chrome users who use the Lightning interface may see a blank screen when they launch SpatialKey from the Analytics screen. If you see this issue, it is likely because your Chrome settings are not allowing ...
Yes, you can! As of our August '15 release of Geopointe, you can now create records from anywhere on the map, be it a Place or a dropped pin. We're really excited to have delivered this functionality. Read more...
Yes, Geopointe is a 100% native app. It runs on the Salesforce platform. It does communicate with 3rd party services to complete its work and you can learn more about those in our data security document.
Those maps are not a Geopointe feature. They're actually part of Salesforce's Spring '15 mapping functionality roll-out.
To remove these maps, follow these steps:
1. Navigate to Setup | Customize | Maps and L...
The Export CSV option is a list action button that can be accessed below the map, under the Actions button in the lower right of the map. This button allows you to export your data into a spreadsheet.
If not l...
Yes, and you have three options.
Remember that Activities (the blanket object that covers both Tasks and Events), is a special object inside Salesforce. The Connected Cause has a great article on some of the m...
In our June 2015 release, we switched our geocoding provider to Google. It's possible that customers prior to that date have geocoded data in their org from before the switch.
If you notice this, you can corre...
With the June '15 release of Geopointe, we discontinued our support of our Static Maps feature due to a licensing change. The new Salesforce Maps options can be manipulated to meet the same need as our static m...
Yes, Geopointe supports the following languages:
English (this is the default language for the application)