We’re creating projects that incorporate addresses, geological coordinates, and so on.
It would be interesting and very helpful to incorporate an “extension” that adds Google Maps or Similar and the ability to use multi-select to add “points” to areas on said map. Also, the ability to link those points to other entities.
I can see non-profit, travel, events teams, and many more using this feature. Airtable and Clickup have this through extensions and Jira through third parties.
You will probably find some useful discussion of essentially the same idea in this prior thread:
If you have some specific use cases I’d suggest adding them there. However I do still think this is outside the scope of Fibery itself and probably best handled as an extension (as it is in most other systems, as you point out).
Agreed. This may be useful, but would love to see the team prioritizing a range of other stuff before this need. Seems it’s most useful to teams that have some physical location needs, not sure how many small - to - mid-sized Product teams fit that description.
Agree with the commentary here an on my thread. But as you know I’m biased on this
I thought I add that even adding a map view within Vizzdrop would make a huge difference. As far as I’ve seen, map views are standard in data visualization platforms. Using text boxes to store lat/long would work (as long as the visualization type supports it) but obviously an actual lat/long field would make things even better.
I think one solution might be achievable if we are able to embed iframes into documents:
Through some magic on integromat, in might be possible to create carto maps from fibery data and then have them visible inside a fibery document. Not the nicest setup but I thought this is just another use for embedding content.
Using the native World integration as part of our product roadmap, we would like to be able to use the country information in order to generate visual-friendly automatic report.
Today, we are using tables to identify our geographic deployments, but being able to visualize the information on a map should be very helpful/mind-blowing.
Information to display for each country should be the different roadmap items (incl. some key caracteristics) and roadmap item status.
Could be great to keep the current filter capacities to generate specific views depending on audience.
Thanks for your feedback on this one, don’t hesitate if you some more details on this one.
I agree this would be a huge improvement to the platform that I would make lots of use of. However, as I understand it desired use cases of Fibery as a geospatial database/map viewer are few and far between. I have high hopes that the platform will eventually have a similar extension marketplace similar to Coda. Until such a time, the mad genius known as @cannibalflea devised somewhat of a workaround that is explained here: https://community.fibery.io/t/geospatial-fields/413/16