I have two questions regarding the geographical address feature. I think its really nice and it works most of the times, but there are two issues i’m having:
Language. Is there a way to standardize the language used to store the address? I can search in English, but the actual address stored is in my local language. Even when I changed my Google Maps settings to English, the locations will still be stored in my local language. If this happens for me, it will definitely happen with users and this is a problem because i want to standardize the names (especially country) for filtering etc. Any ideas on how to achieve this without reverting back to a more static process?
One of my testers tried to find his address and Google returned a slightly different address. Specifically, he typed 1a for the street number, but Google only recognized 1, which is a different building. I tried to change the entry in the backend, and it gave me a successful update confirmation, but didnt actually update. Even with the risk of losing the geographical address feature, would it be possible to make edits? Or would I have to first convert the address to plain text?