Our approach to product feedback
Here at Mango, we take product feedback extremely seriously. It's helped make what Mango is today. We've always considered it a crucial part of our journey towards building a better product, and we've used your feedback to i... Continue reading 🡒
Every piece of feedback is an opportunity for us to improve Mango. Get involved by sharing your goals, successes, frustrations and unmet needs and help us build a better product.
Submitting your feedback couldn't be simpler!
When signed into your Mango ac... Continue reading 🡒
Whether you've signed up for a trial, or you're a paying customer, we'll send emails regarding your account from the mangomap.com domain. These emails include trial expiry reminders, status changes, and warnings about data deletion in the event your trial e... Continue reading 🡒
No. To prevent security issues from cross-site scripting (XSS) we do not allow third party scripts.
To track visitors to your maps, enable the Maptiks or Google Analytics integrations. Continue reading 🡒
Advice on reporting issues to ensure our development team have all the necessary information required to debug and resolve your issue.
While we endeavour to never let bugs escape into the wild, the are an inevitable consequence of a complex and massive code... Continue reading 🡒
Map embedding allows you to embed a map in your website or blog. To access the embed code, open the map editor and click on the SHARE MAP panel on your administration sidebar to get the iframe embed code for your map.
An inlin... Continue reading 🡒
Mango uses a range of base maps, sourced from the following third party providers.
To set the default base map on a map, see this article.
To allow users to change the basemap, see this article.
To add your own custom attribution information to a map, plea... Continue reading 🡒
The short explanation
All spatial data contains coordinates that specify where features should be drawn on the earth’s surface. For historical and technical reasons, there are numerous coordinate systems used to define these coordinates.
In order to overlay... Continue reading 🡒
Learn how to use keyboard shortcuts to control your map.
To pan and zoom your maps, you can use the following keys:
Zoom in one step
Zoom out one step
Zoom in 3 steps
Zoom out 3 steps
Pan map small increment
Pan map large increm... Continue reading 🡒
1. Switch to the satellite basemap
2. Open your browser's developer tools
Chrome: Press Control+Shift+I (Windows, Linux) or Command+Option+I (Mac) to open DevTools on the page. In DevTools, click the Network tab.
Firefox: Press CTRL Shift E
3. With the De... Continue reading 🡒