Having agree/disagree should be so simple. As soon as a user registers a preference, it is recorded. The user can continue with other options in a dialog box or just close it. Some organizations have a lot of planners using many WikiMapping projects. They need billing codes so that invoices can be assigned to projects they are working on. Think of it as space for a note to yourself. A project can have multiple map bases. And you can create layers that overlay on top of Open Street Map. Jump To, also known as Zoom To, enables a user to select a point or area on the map to focus on. As the user types in text, the list shortens. It is particularly useful for a state-wide project where people need to find a particular county or municipality. Note: This feature was developed for use on the Minnesota Bicycle Plan at the request of Antonio Rosell, of Community Design Group, who is expert in community engagement. When an organization funds a feature, we reserve the right to use the feature as part of WikiMapping. By funding a feature, you are paying for prioritized implementation. There are competitive advantages to having functionality that others don’t have immediate access to. Allow Layer works well with Jump To/Zoom To. You can turn on and off multiple layers of raster or vector base data, and you can Zoom to individual features on the vector layers. For example, the Minnesota Statewide Bicycle Plan needed layers for Districts, Counties, and Municipalities. Note: This feature was developed for use on the Minnesota Bicycle Plan at the request of Antonio Rosell, of Community Design Group, who is expert in community engagement. When an organization funds a feature, we reserve the right to use the feature as part of WikiMapping. By funding a feature, you are paying for prioritized implementation. There are competitive advantages to having functionality that others don’t have immediate access to. If you are adding comments to a map, this lets you do a search for a text string. It works similarly to Find Photo. This lets a user see their current location on their mobile web browser. No app is needed. So, as the person moves around, their location on the map moves. The user can toggle this from the About/Help menu. WikiMapping has a unique routing algorithm that lets a user create turn by turn directions. Then, others can use those directions to follow as they bike, from the East Coast Greenway App (which speaks the directions), or to print out directions. If you want your domain to be something other than WikiMapping, this lets you point your project to that domain name: Source.


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