Users of the cloud-based maps styling feature, have access to a set of features that control the behavior of points of interest (POIs) on the map.
Maps customization provides more granularity in the way points of interest can be filtered. Customers can filter business points of interest according to five subcategories:
- Food and Drink
- Car Rental
- Gas station
For example, to show Shopping, Food and Drink, and Car Rental points of interest, open the Style Editor, select those subcategories, and then save the style.
POI density control
You can also adjust the density of how points of interest are displayed on a map. Increasing the density displays more points of interest of the selected type. Decreasing the density displays fewer points of interest.
To adjust the density:
Select Points of interest in the Style Editor to open the Element type pane.
Move the slider at the top of the pane to the desired density. You should see the density of points of interest adjust on the map.
Select Save to save the style.
Marker Collision Handling
One of the most common ways to customize a map is to add your own markers to it, but occasionally these custom markers can overlap with default POIs that are on the base map. With cloud-based map styling you can specify how these 'collisions' are handled.
Please note that you must be using the Vector Map to customize marker collision handling.
For more information on how to do this, see Marker Collision Management.