• What's a map?
    A map is a way to visualise data that allows for rapid decision making, allowing the navigator to uncover answers from your data that may not be apparent by viewing the data in traditional forms, such as a spreadsheet or static chart. In Mango, a map is a s... Continue reading 🡒
  • What is a "Layer" in Mango?
    Mango allows unlimited Layers per map, and unlimited Layer Groups, but what is a layer? Maps made with Mango are composed of stacked "layers" of image tiles rendered from your data, styled with your preferred symbology, then rendered in your browser on top ... Continue reading 🡒
  • What is an attribute popup?
    Attribute popups display when a feature is clicked on your map. In GIS this is usually referred to as the 'identify' window. The popup panel can be configured to display the attribute content of the selected feature in three ways: Raw data from your featur... Continue reading 🡒
  • What is an Attribute Variable?
    Attribute Variables are dynamic placeholders for the the attribute fields in your data. We use the field name (or column name if you are using CSV data). Variables are wrapped in curly brackets like this {attribute}. These variables are used to dynamically ... Continue reading 🡒
  • What file formats does Mango support?
    Mango supports the following spatial formats: Shapefile MapInfo TAB KML CSV GeoJSON File Geodatabase Raster GeoTIFF WMS (v1.3 EPSG:3857 only) Continue reading 🡒
  • Do you offer discounts?
    Yes! If you pay annually, you will get a 20% discount. That's more than two months on the house. Take a multi-year subscriptions and you'll get even more off.  Discounts apply to the total subscription price, so if all add-on users, maps, and storage prices... Continue reading 🡒
  • How do I upload my data into Mango?
    Uploading your data to Mango is simple, here's how. To add your dataset to a map, you first need to upload it to Mango. If you are creating datasets in a desktop GIS, ensure you choose the most suitable format for the kind of data you wish to visualize in a... Continue reading 🡒
  • Who can access my data?
    Privacy by design All data uploaded to Mango is private by default. You can update the dataset Access setting to allow public or team access. Learn more Customers on the Professional and Business plans can choose public or private. Private datasets are onl... Continue reading 🡒
  • If I invite my team, will they be able to view or edit my datasets?
    Your datasets are always private until you explicitly choose to share them. If you choose to grant access to team members or clients, you can use Mango's group-based access control to provide view access via our read-only Private Viewer roles and/or edit ac... Continue reading 🡒
  • Where are my maps hosted?
    We use Amazon Web Services for infrastructure, including user data storage. Map tiles generated from your data are served by a fast content delivery network with worldwide distribution points to maximise delivery speeds — no matter where your map users are... Continue reading 🡒
  • What can I do during my trial?
    What can I do during my 30 day trial? Everything. Your trial is a fully functional account on the Enterprise plan level. Create, share, invite your team, and evaluate whether Mango is the right choice for you without any roadblocks. If Mango is the right fi... Continue reading 🡒
  • My map feels slow, why is that?
    To understand map load times, we first have to understand the underlying technology that is generating the map. Mango maps are made up of as layers of continuously tiled images – one set of tiles for each Layer Group, at every zoom level, covering the full ... Continue reading 🡒
  • Is Mango mobile friendly?
    Mango is designed to work across all devices - desktop, mobile and tablet. Mango has a web client application that allows for intuitive and fast map interaction. At present the following tools and features are not available on mobile: Sketch Bookmark Mous... Continue reading 🡒
  • Do you take feature requests?
    Many current Mango features were driven by your feedback. We have a feature roadmap that guides Mango development, but we're always happy to hear how our customers are using Mango and how we can help solve our customers problems. Our Suggestions dashboard ... Continue reading 🡒
  • What payment methods do you accept?
    We accept payment via credit card or debit card issued by Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Payments are processed via Sage Pay so you can be confident your transactions are secure. We can also provide invoiced billing on our annual and multi-year su... Continue reading 🡒
  • What browsers are supported?
    Mango works on major browsers across desktop, tablet, and mobile.   Mango can be used with the current and recent versions of most evergreen browsers on desktop and mobile, including: Google Chrome Mozilla Firefox Apple Safari Microsoft Edge Microsoft Inte... Continue reading 🡒