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How I can do this and how I can save my individual map. Can I share my individual map to users of my selection? (like in google maps) ?

asked 07 Sep '11, 14:03

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edited 07 Sep '11, 16:46

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Can you clarify whether you mean your own style of map (rendering) or just overlaying your points of interest over the standard style?

(07 Sep '11, 16:50) Jonathan Ben...

As Jonathan said, I don't think we know what an "Individual map" means. It could mean many different things. Can you explain exactly what it is you want to do in as much detail as possible?

(08 Sep '11, 18:33) emacsen

If you mean save or send a link so you or someone else can get the same view of the map that you are currently looking at, then all you need to do is save or copy the URL from your browser.

Notice that as you zoom and pan the map, the URL changes. These changes mean that it always represents what you are looking at.

See also Sharing a link to the maps for more options.

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answered 15 Dec '14, 21:24

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