How to Create a MapLast Updated: May 08, 2019
From the homepage, select Explore Maps & Data
This will open up a selection screen for you to select whether you'd like to use a previously saved area, create a new one, or skip this step.
If using a saved area from a previous Community Indicator Report, simply select the area you'd like to view. If creating a new area use this article for more information on how to create it: https://communitycommons.drift.help/article/how-do-i-create-a-new-area-/
Once you have your map area selected you'll want to add data indicators to it. To do so, click the Add Data button.
Clicking this will pull up a new menu where you'll be able to search for a data indicator to add to your map. Once you find the indicator you'd like to view, click Add to Map.
If you add multiple indicators, be aware that you won't be able to view more than one at a time. If more than one data layer is applied, the map will default to the more granular indicator. To turn each data layer on and off, click on the checkbox next to the desired indicator you'd like to view.
If you'd like to view the entire map with the data layer you've selected you can turn off the Show My Area Only slider in the top left.
This will then show the data layer for the entire map.
At any point you can also change the area you'd like to view by selecting the Area Tag. This will bring up a new menu with your saved areas to select.
To save this create map to a Collection click the Save button on the Map Layers window.
Then, select the Collection you'd like to save this map to and select Save