Automatically Share Mapped Location in the Where Field

Every Teamup Calendar comes with several pre-built event fields, including a Where field. The Where field will automatically pull the map information for the location where your event will take place. Then, people attending your event can easily see that mapped location without needing to look up the address separately.

Add mapped location to your event

If you know the address of the location, create your event (on a browser or on the Teamup mobile app for Android or iOS) and simply put the address into the Where field.

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
Tap the map icon in the Where field to open the event location on Google maps.

If you don’t know the exact address, create the event in your browser and input the name of the business or a street name. Then click the Show on map link above Where field:

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
Put in the business name or the street name.

A map will open in a new tab, showing you the closest matches:

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
A list of the closest location matches will open in the map.

Choose the correct location from the list, then copy and paste the exact address into the Where field.

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
Paste the exact location into the Where field.

Add any additional information or images you wish to include, then Save the event. When you’re ready to promote or invite, click Share > As page, then copy and paste the page URL as you wish. Or use the event sharing options on the Teamup mobile apps to send your event invitation.

Invitees can use the Show on map link on the event page to view the event location on Google Maps. It works on both browsers and on mobile devices. Here’s how the event page looks on a mobile device:

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
Tap the Show on map to open the event location.

The event location will be automatically mapped:

Add map location details to any event automatically with Teamup
The event location will open.

Now it’s easy for invitees to get directions to the event, without needing to copy and paste an address into a separate app or GPS system.

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