It's time for your weekly dose of Tips and Tricks for Mapsimise. We hope these enable you to get the best from your solution.

You will know all about adding data and pins and this week we wanted to share a few more views that will help you to analyse your data on your maps, and some of the features when using layers.

Did you know, you can create Heatmaps of your data by quickly switching on heat maps on each individual layer?

🔥 Here's how:

Each layer on a map within Mapsimise has additional properties and these can be easily switched on or off by editing the layer and toggling the Heatmap on.

What is more, you can also switch on and make use of clustering. This helps you calculate hotspots of activity and group pins on any of your maps, helping you identify areas that have a lot of data.

Like Heatmaps, this feature is per layer and per map.

If you like, you can have both features switched on to give an easy-to-understand combined view of your data that is in view. Again, as you move around the map the density and counts will continue to change.

Next week we are going to take another look at data filters on the individual layers to show you how data in data tables can be filtered and split across many different layers.

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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