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🗺 Bubble's Google Map Extender - New Plugin from Zeroqode

Hello @yusaney1

Thank you for reaching out.

Before investigating your issue further, can you please provide the full workflow of the actions used and how you configured them? Also, any additional information regarding your use case with the screenshots or videos would extremely helpful, as the issue might be in the order of the actions. Regarding the single marker question, are you using the “Add a Marker A Map Extender” action? The configuration of the plugin action is only made to work with a geographic address from the database.

Looking forward to your reply.

Zeroqode Support Team

Hello @ZeroqodeSupport ,

I have one question:
I created a route and I have a couple of waypoints taken from a database.

For example B, D, A, C, E, etc. And I order them base on an id field 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and the total time is 2h 22min.

Then I optimized the route, lets supposed the optimized order is A, B, C, D, E, etc, and total time is 1h 59 min.

Is there any option of getting these “optimized order” ?, So I can update the id field in my database, and show the list in this new order.

Thanks in advance,

Hello @edwinbolanosb

Thanks for reaching out.

We are afraid the Google Map Extender does not have this functionality built-in. However, you can try Removing all the markers(by resetting a map), making changes to A, B, C, D and update marker on a map, and then displaying the new markers and optimized route on the map. It is also quite difficult to say how to implement your use case without seeing the full picture of workflows and the configuration of the plugin.

Please let us know if you meant something else.

Zeroqode Support Team

You might be able to use the List Shifter plugin and save the optimized list as the plugins’ shifted list. I do this to reorder my contact lists in a specific order.

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Thanks @Quinn1989 , the problem is I can not get the optimized list info from the plugin.

I’m having this issue too. I can’t figure out why it won’t draw the route on the map. I’ve configured it similarly to the demo and it zooms to the map center I entered, but that’s all.

Hi @dialuna, thanks for your message.
We’re afraid that without additional details (like setup screencast or screenshots, and use case flow), it is difficult to say what could be the issue. Please share a bit more information.

Also, during the setup, please be sure to use the plugin supporting documentation:

Looking forward to your reply.

Zeroqode Support Team

Hello. Does your Google Maps plugin allow you to create walking routes? Or does it only pave routes for cars?Hello. Does your Google Maps plugin allow you to create walking routes? Or does it only pave routes for cars?

Hi @vdghtqnbyu, thanks for reachin out.

Yes, for that, please select the corresponding category in the dropdown within the “Add Directions” action:

Hope that provided hint helps. In case there will be any other questions that we can help with about our plugin, drop a message here :wink:

Zeroqode Support Team

Are you saying that the Mapbox plug allows a “turn by turn” navigation? I have a delivery platform that needs to incorporate an “uber-like” navigation for drivers, but all I have been able to do is to show the origin and destination points on the map…with a line drawn between the two points. But I’d like to show movements as the drivers move from point to point (similar to Uber), so that users can track theri delivery. This seems to be the standard now for stuff like this and users expect no less. Based on your comment, I’d like to know if Mapbox or any other plugin does this.

Hi @darrenchapin129, thanks for your question.

Yes, this might be possible to implement with the Mapbox plugin. See a related forum post in this regard: 🗺 Mapbox Maps - Total revamp of one of the most popular Bubble plugins from Zeroqode - #9 by Serg - Plugins - Zeroqode Forum

If you will have any other plugin-related questions that we can help with, please let us know :slightly_smiling_face:

Zeroqode Support Team