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Tutorial: Map Scenarios

This tool allows you to save the current map settings as a scenario and share with colleagues. You can filter out data that you want to share and use custom imagery.

Topics covered in this tutorial:

Creating Map Scenarios

Revisit or Delete Map Scenarios

Known Limitations

Next Steps

Video Tutorial

Creating Map Scenarios

  1. Zoom to your desired location, set your map settings
  2. Set any filters using the advanced filters and filter legend
  3. Add any extra settings such as labels and layer colors
  4. Press the ‘Create Map Scenario’ button. You will be prompted to enter a custom URL parameter, you may enter an easy to remember name such as ‘Ash Trees in Poor Condition’. If you use spaces in your name they will be dashes in the URL. If your name has been used before, a number will be appended to your URL to differentiate it. You may also choose to have the app generate one for you as an id number if you leave the name field blank.
  1. Your map will now be saved. Copy your new URL by clicking on Copy Link and share with your colleagues.

This tool saves the following parameters:

  • Map Settings: Zoom, base map, map center, custom imagery
  • Advanced Filter Settings: Current fields, filters, geo-filters
  • Organizational Filters: For Sites with Organizations or Client Sites
  • Filter Legend: Current layer, display by field
  • Map Extras: Labels, layer settings

Please note: If anything other than Map Scenarios is open in the Hub Menu when you create your Map Scenario, it will be open in the Map Scenario as well.

Revisit or Delete Map Scenarios

If you need to revisit or delete any of your scenarios, simply click on ‘Manage Map Scenarios’ to get a full list of all the different scenarios in existence.

  • At the bottom of the screen you can see how many total Map Scenarios there are.
  • There is a Search box for to search for a specific Map Scenario.
  • Any Map Scenarios that are no longer needed can be Deleted here.

Known Limitations

If your TreePlotter™ Application is private the user will have to have an account to log into the Application. They will have the Access rights of their own account.

If your TreePlotter™ Application is public, the user will have the Access rights of the Public Role when not logged in.

Next Steps

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Updated on May 26, 2023

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