Adding a mapping page to an online survey
This article is for Citizen Space Geospatial. Please speak to your customer success manager if you are interested in learning more about it.
Adding a mapping page to an online survey enables you to include maps in your engagement activity.
You can use a mapping page:
- As an informational page — using a map to give geographically contextual information to respondents
- To ask a spatial question — using a map to ask a question and get respondents to generate geographic data (geodata) in their response
Before adding a mapping page
Before you add a mapping page, you need to:
- Ensure you have a Geospatial subscription and it's been deployed to your Citizen Space instance (ask your site admin or your customer success manager if you are unsure)
- Make sure you have set up your site wide geo settings, including adding your Ordnance Survey API key if you are in Great Britain. (See Linking your Ordnance Survey account to Citizen Space )
- Create a new online survey. (See Creating a geospatial survey)
Adding a new mapping page
- On the 'Online Survey' page of the dashboard, you will see the option to Add a new mapping page in the sidebar on the left.
- You need to add a title to your page, choose where it should be positioned and can add introductory information.
- You must also add an Accessible Description which will be shown in the text version of the map. This allows you to add more information about what the purpose of the page is and describe what the map is showing. (See What to write in accessible descriptions for mapping pages )
- Next you need to make sure the map looks correct and provides the right information. You can do this by Updating your map settings and Adding and configuring map layers.
- Finally, you can choose to add a question to the page. Follow these instructions when Adding a question to a mapping page