You can share the maps you create in GISLayer software with everyone. This increases the usability of your maps.

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It is possible for you to make the map you make in the GISLayer system accessible to everyone. In order for a map to be accessible to everyone, it must be saved in the system.

Step 1: Sharing the Map

Making A Map Open To Everyone

In order for the map to be shared with everyone, the layer to be shared must be installed on the map. If the layer is loaded from the system, your map is ready to share. In order to share it with everyone, the 'Create a New Map' option is selected in the 'My Maps' button in the 'Data' top menu.

Making A Map Open To Everyone

Making A Map Open To Everyone

Making A Map Open To Everyone

Making A Map Open To Everyone

Features of appeared panel:

  1. Image to appear on save

  2. Map Title

  3. Map Description

  4. Starting Center Coordinates

  5. Starting Zoom Level

  6. Rotation

  7. Additional Features:

    a. Finding Location

    b. Printing out Map

    c. Area and Length Measurement

    d. Data Downloading

    e. Zoom Control

    f. Rotation Control on Map

    g. Linear Scale

    h. Show Mouse Coordinate

  8. Maps to be Used as Base maps

  9. Layers to Show

  10. Share with Other Users Option

  11. Share on GISLayer Option

After the necessary information is filled in and the desired options are selected, click on the save option.

After clicking the Save option, click the 'I am sure' button in the question panel.

Making A Map Open To Everyone

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