Add Demographics (e.g. US census data) to Spacial key.3 votes
This would help when creating routes using big datasets (not allowing to add duplicates)21 votes
We will look into it, but will like more feedback from people on this.
A formal reporting feature within Geopointe would be helpful. I'd like to take the data and map and be able to export it into a report that would be clean and easy to read for our reps out in the field.25 votes
Love the idea, but would like more people to jump in on this idea before we really get into it. It’s an open-ended idea with lots of possibilities. Looking for some more direction.
Generate a 'trip list' in a specifically selected order (without directions), with account details (addresses), for GPS inputing on the fly
An offshoot of the routes & directions option.
Generate a 'trip list' in a specifically selected order (without directions), with account details (addresses), for GPS inputing on the fly once on the road.
Sort of a "print this route to pdf" as a list format, before clicking "Get Route".2 votes
Can you give more detail as to how you input into a GPS? The reason I ask is that there are file types (.gpx comes to mind) that many GPS devices support. How do you enter data? Does your GPS allow you to import files? Can you email it a file for importing?
We use Spatialkey to match records to boundaries they're physically located in. We then use that information back in Salesforce for reporting. Right now, we have to export the data from SpatialKey and import it into Salesforce using the Data Loader. It would be great to have this happen automatically.5 votes
We love this idea, but really need the community to give lots of real use cases for this so we can work with SpatialKey on it. They are open to the idea, but need to see the demand.
We use the Google Earth app on our Desktops & iPhones to plot custom layers..
- Currently your Map options dropdown only lists: Map, Satellite, & Open Street, as well as Street View..
- Can Google Earth be added as an integrated option?5 votes
It would be great if you could report out each location from one data set and then group a second data set to the point in set one that it is closest to. So each entry from data set 1 could have mulitple entrys from data set 2 listed with it and give the distance from.3 votes
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