Hey @Christo If you already have your Stores created, you can definitely display each one on a map depending upon which radio button is currently selected. Here is a forum example with four example Stores (each with a different address):
You probably have this part already, but just incase - I created a new data type called Store with two fields: Name (type: text, list: no) and Address (type: geographic address, list: no)
Then I created four example Stores, which look like this in the app data tab:
After the Stores are created and in the app’s database, I then set up the radio buttons and the map. The radio buttons are going to be Dynamic Choices (since we would like the radio button choices to be any Store created in the app). The type of content is Store (what we’re displaying), and the data source is Do A Search for Stores (this is just telling Bubble to search for all of the Stores in the database).
This part is totally up to you, but in this example I set the caption next to each radio button to be" [Name of Store], [Address of Store]"; this is selected using the expressions “Current Option’s Name, Current Option’s Address”. Default Value is optional, but I set it here which means that the first Store found in the search should be selected when the page is loaded (This is: SearchForStores:firstitem").
Last but not least, in order to have the map display the selected Radio Button’s address, the map settings are:
Alternatively, I created another map element below which displays all of the Stores at the same time (if you decided to display all Stores/not use radio buttons):
And that should work as expected! If any of this was confusing or if you need any help setting this up in your app please feel free to let me know/share a link to your app’s editor.