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After checking-in and/or out from a stop on a route, it would be great to update the pin and show it as completed. Check it off, change the color, do something so it's visually easy to see which pins are complete, which remain.2 votes
Imagine you're visiting stop 4 on your list of 10. You review the information on your phone- the company name, suite#, your contact's name and then you close the phone and get out of the car. You get into the lobby of a high-rise building and security wants to know who you're there to see. If the current stop on my route could display the fields from my dataset on the lock screen- I could easily see the company, who I'm seeing, their address and whatever else I selected to show on my route list.3 votes
Right now if a user builds a route from their mobile device, they have to go to their computer and log in to Geopointe to share the route with a colleague or manager. Please add the ability to share a route to mobile devices.13 votes
Right now, I use the publisher action in SF1 to mimic the map button on the record in Salesforce desktop version
The problem with option is that I often lose my position and unable to navigate back to my record where I clicked on the map publisher action.
Would it be possible to add a map button in SF1 that will allow me seamlessly navigate back to my record?5 votes
Often times my Sales reps will need to create a open task upon check-out. We would like the option for Geopointe to prompt users on wether they'd like a task to be created upon check-out.3 votes
Right now, when a user maps a dataset in Geopointe in the SF1 app, only 100 records can populate at a time. Most of our users have large territories to manage and usually do so on the mobile app out in the field. It would be ideal for them to have visibility into their entire territory rather than just 100 contacts.8 votes
One of our sales team members suggested making a contact's email address clickable to launch an email message form in the mobile interface -- what do you think?
Tony Bagdy1 vote
With the new release you can add multiple data set layers within the Salesforce1 app. Unfortunately, I can't see how you can hide or remove an layer.4 votes
The ability to use KML files or shapes in Salesforce1 would be very useful.
For example, if a customer uses layers to distinguish neighborhoods, and they need their outside sales team to say within certain boundaries, it would be useful to see the boundaries of that area on the mobile device, that way they know if they've gone out of their area.33 votes
My company travels around the world, in locations that are often not available via geocoding or where the geocoding location is not accurate.
We would like the option on Check In to copy the checked in location to the current What location. This could be trigger by a check box (like the chatter post check box), by a distance from What Id threshold, or a more complex set of rules.
I would do this myself, but the code is locked.1 vote
Do you want this to happen all the time or on a case by case basis? If all the time you could write a trigger against our Check_In__c object to copy the values.
Provide the ability to put the Geopointe map "button" on Salesforce1 mobile layouts. For example, we currently have the default Google maps button on our mobile layouts, but we want to use the Geopointe one just like we do via Salesforce browser.13 votes
The Publisher Actions (similar to a button from the normal UI) are a bit limited, but we have discovered an approach that will remove the limitations. We’d love to provide a Map action from a record in Salesforce1 and bring the user to that location in the map page. We fully plan to do it. This is in Planned status for now while we do some prototyping.
This might already be possible and I just can't find it? We'd like to be able to use the Geopointe map from our SF records (e.g. replace the native map icon on contact records with the Geopointe map). We have this ability in the desktop version of SF, but not in SF1. For example, from a contact record in the desktop version of SF we have a Map button, that when selected, drives the user to a Geopointe map centered on the contact record we just left. However, in SF1, we have a native mobile map icon that does not…10 votes
Understood. We only have so much control in Salesforce1, but will begin to have more and more over time. One option now is a “mobile card” that exists on a page layout. We’ll look into it and see if the map from the web version can simply be enabled for mobile and, if not, look into a mobile option.
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