Address / Property Card Widget
You can see the location of your properties, addresses and offices on a map of the world when you add the map widget. Active addresses and properties, with valid location information, are shown on the map. Units are not displayed.
You can also use the group module to display the office locations.
When you create the widget, the property properties that have the status Active are displayed by default. In the configuration dialog you can make further settings. This way you can determine from which caretaker, addresses and/or properties will be displayed. Only the data records to which you have read permission are displayed.
For addresses, you can restrict the display by specifying an address filter and a selection of contact types.
For property, you can display the specifications for the different statuses or extended statuses (status2) and restrict them using a property filter. You can change the coloring of the individual statuses in the administration as described in the expert box.
Please note that the maximum number of records displayed per map widget for addresses and properties is limited to 5000.
Note:You can change the size of the widgets, this is useful for the map widget
The colour of the pins varies according to the type.
red – Addresses
blue– Office Location
For the extended property status or for the contact types of the addresses, individual colors can also be assigned per status/contact type in the administration. These are then displayed instead of the default color for properties/addresses.
- “Extended property status”, is given if “Status2” is active in the property instead of “Status”. You can check this under
- Status2 contains the entries “Archived, Inactive and Active” and these correspond to the respective basic status of the “simple property status”. You can also define additional statuses and assign them to one of the two basic statuses.
- At the above point, where you can define additional status2, you can also change the color of each status.
A pin is displayed at the corresponding location. With a click on the pin, the most important data of the address/property are displayed.
If there are too many pins in one place, a circle with the number of properties/addresses appears instead.
By clicking on the number you can ‘zoom in’, if you only position the mouse over it, a blue outline is drawn around the outer locations.