So after a few questions were raised this week, we thought we would cover off deleting Datatables in Mapsimise.

As you may know, with each subscription comes a number of tables that you can store data to be mapped, but if you no longer need them and want to delete tables, let us take you through the steps.

Deleting Tables

The first step is to navigate to tables on the left menu and select the table that you want to delete.

Then, you need to check if the Datatable is being used by any current maps. This is important as you will not be able to delete the table while maps or views are associated to the table.

Scroll down the atatable page to see if any maps are active under the “Active Maps” section.

The maps in use will need to be removed first.

If there are associated maps with the data table then select the map by clicking on it. This will take you to the associated maps screen.

From the tool bar, select the Maps option to delete the associated map. Note: you will need to repeat this if there are several maps.

Once all the maps are deleted, return to the Datatables screen and select the table from the drop down. Select the correct table if not already in view and then select the ‘Delete Datatable’ button. The table will then be deleted.

As always, if you ever need help please raise a ticket or book a slot via the diary link below.

Helping us help you with Referrals

Here at Mapsimise we have seen continued growth in customer numbers whilst we've all been working through one of the worst economic shocks of our time, and in return we are now able to offer a referral program based on “Amazon Vouchers”. If you feel like you know another business that could benefit from Mapsimise, please make use of our referral scheme. Depending on the referral*, we will reward successful uptake with vouchers between £50 and up to £250 for new customers.

If you would like to find out more about Mapsimise, we have an active blog site and knowledgebase. If you missed any of our previous Tips and Tricks, you can also find them on our blog.

Please contact us or book an online meeting if you would like any support. We can take you through the steps to changing the way you view your data!

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