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    Attempting to copy some markers from one map to another on the same site. I exported the one map with the markers, copied the markers from the old source to the new source. When I import them to the new map (tried map data only and new map) and the new markers are not being added to the map.

    Is there a limit? do I need to change the “id” to a newer ID?


    Hi there,

    Thank you so much for getting in touch, we really appreciate your time.

    Might I kindly ask you to confirm your exact export steps?

    May I suggest navigating to -> Maps -> Advanced -> Marker Data -> Download all marker data to a CSV file -> Kindly then remove any markers you do not want to be imported.

    Then to import, navigate to -> Maps -> Advanced -> Import -> Select Import via file -> Select the CSV and then select the map you want to import to.

    This should be all that is required and no additional changes to the CSV are needed.

    Failing this, please provide us with your marker CSV file so that we might take a closer look?

    Kindest Regards,
    Steven De Beer


    Essentially what I want to do is take the many maps I have and easily combine them into one regional map withough having to re-enter the data. My thought was to export from one maps, copy the markers, paste them to export from the new “regional” map. I did that and no new markers were imported.

    So, what I have done is run the export for each map from Advanced -> Marker Data -> Download. Chose the only the markers from the old map.

    Then I went to the old map’s export, copied everything from the markers area to the markers area on the new map file that I exported.

    When I import the new file, with the markers from the old map and when the import finished, the old markers were not there.

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