This article is for Citizen Space Geospatial. Please speak to your account manager if you are interested in learning more about it.
Adding a mapping page to an online survey enables you to add maps to your consultation.
You can use a mapping page:
- As an informational page — using a map to give geographically contextual information to respondents
- To ask a spatial question — using a map to ask a question and get respondents to generate geographic data (geodata) in their response
Before adding a mapping page
Before you add a mapping page, you need to:
- Ensure you have a Geospatial subscription and it's been deployed to your Citizen Space instance (ask your site admin or your account manager if you are unsure)
- Make sure you have set up your site wide geo settings (including adding your Ordnance Survey API key if you are in Great Britain)
- Create a new online survey consultation
Adding a new mapping page
- On the 'Online Survey' page of the consultation dashboard, you will see the option to Add a new mapping page in the sidebar on the left.
- You need to add a title to your page, choose where it should be positioned and can add introductory information.
- You must also add an
- Next you need to make sure the map looks correct and provides the right information. You can do this by updating your map settings and configuring your map layers.
- Finally, you can choose to add a question to the page. Follow these instructions to add a question to your mapping page.