How to use the Map feature?

Read about the different functions of the Map feature

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Written by Charles Keignart
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๐Ÿ—บ๏ธ How to use the Map feature?

The purpose of this article is to guide you in using the map feature. Visualize the outlines of your territory, the actions taken, your contacts, and define priority areas based on your objectives.

๐ŸŒ Using Outlines to Visualize Your Actions and Contacts

From the map, you can visualize the distribution of your contacts on your territory and also display the distribution of your ongoing actions.

If you select a zone, such as an electoral ward for example, you have a shortcut to directly find these contacts in your database.

To do this, simply select a territory or search for one in the search bar and then click on the right menu "See list":

๐Ÿค” How to Conduct an Action on One or Multiple Territories

You can decide to launch a specific action on one or multiple zones.

For this, you need to:

  1. Click on the small selection arrow.

  2. Choose one or several zones.

  3. Click on action to choose the type of action you want to carry out.

๐Ÿ’ก You can also see the contacts present in these zones by clicking on "Show the list" next to the number of contacts.

๐Ÿ” Visualizing Socioeconomic and Electoral Data (optional)

Depending on your subscription and your country, you may have access to a directory of socioeconomic and electoral data.

To activate this feature, discuss with our sales team here.

To view the data for your entire territory, simply select the data you want to display in the selector at the top left of the map and then hover over the zones one by one.

๐Ÿ“Š Displaying All Data Present on a Defined Territory

By clicking on a single outline, you can then choose to display all the available data for that zone by opening the window on the right side of the screen.

Click on the "Data" tab, and you have access to all the data specific in the selected zone.

๐Ÿš€ Analyzing and Identifying Priority Mobilization Territories (optional)

You can use an algorithm to analyze zones by cross-referencing different data.

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