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Search Locations

One way to find a location on a map is to search for it. For that, you can pan and zoom until you find what you want, but using specific tools for this purpose is often faster and more precise.
The Address Search bar provides a quick way to search for an address and display the corresponding location on the map.
To use the Address Search bar, complete the following steps:
  1. 1.
    Open a Builder Map application.
  2. 2.
    Locate the Search Address Bar positioned at the top left corner of the map
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  3. 3.
    Click on the Search Address Bar and type the complete address you want to search for.
  4. 4.
    Press Enter when you finish typing the address.
The map display zooms to the location of the search result and a blue marker at the specific location appears.

Focus on User's Device Location

Focus on User's Device Location allows the map to automatically zoom in and center the view on your current location, providing you with a convenient and immediate view of your surroundings.
To find your location on the map, complete the following steps:
  1. 1.
    Open the Builder Map application you want to view.
  2. 2.
    Locate the Focus on User's Device Location button positioned in the lower left corner of the map
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  3. 3.
    Click the Focus on User's Device Location button.
The map will use your device's location services to determine your current position. Once your location is determined, the map view will automatically zoom in and center on your current position. You will see a blue icon indicating your location on the map.
Focus on User's Device Location finds your physical location from your web browser so please ensure that your device's location services are turned on.
You can follow the below steps to activate location settings for the most popular web browsers:
  • Google Chrome: In Chrome, users can enable or disable location services by going to Settings > Privacy and security > Site settings > Location. From there, users can turn location services on or off for all websites or specific websites.
  • Firefox: In Firefox, users can control location services by going to Preferences > Privacy & Security > Permissions > Location. From there, users can choose to block or allow location services for all websites or specific websites.
  • Safari: In Safari, users can control location services by going to Safari > Preferences > Websites > Location. From there, users can choose to allow or deny location services for all websites or specific websites.
  • Microsoft Edge: In Edge, users can control location services by going to Settings > Privacy, search, and services > Location. From there, users can turn location services on or off for all websites or specific websites.
Please note that the specific steps to access location settings may vary depending on the version of the browser and operating system being used.