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Use Google Maps on Web Forms

Learn how to use Google Maps on your Web Forms.

Did you know that you can add a Google Maps image -- with a predetermined location -- to your Web Forms? As an administrative user building a Web Form, you can enter the full address of a location to the Google Maps element, which will then display on the Live View of the form.

To set the predetermined location, you must enter the Address, City, State and Zip Code of the area to the Web Form element. Then, you can choose the map’s width and height, as well as the type of map that displays (Standard Map, Satellite, Hybrid or Terrain).

The Google Maps element is a great resource for providing end users with tangible information related to location. For example, you may want to put the full address of City Hall on a Special Events Registration Web Form, so that vendors filling out the form know where to go to pick up supplies.


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