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Moving Maps to Folder/Collections (iOS)

Last Updated: May 01, 2018 01:48PM EDT

In some cases, you may want to organize your maps into folders or collections.  This can help group maps together that are for the same area or use (e.g. hiking maps for a state park).  Once you have your folder or collection created, moving maps around can be done in a couple of short steps using the "Edit" menu.

Edit Menu
This context menu allows you to access many edit features for maps, folders/collections, and layers.  In order to move maps around, you will access this menu from the Maps List by tapping 'Edit' in the top toolbar. Once in edit mode, you can select map list items. Selected maps display a checkmark to indicate they are selected. A few contextual options appear to manage map list items.
 

  1. Add Folder/Collection
  2. Move to Folder/Collection - Tap the Move to folder icon to move selected maps to another folder.
  3. Map information - Tap the Information icon ('i') to view information about a map or folder/collection. You can rename maps or folders in the Title field. Map details consist of metadata including publisher, description, publish date, and projection information.
  4. Delete - Select maps, folders, or collections then tap the Delete icon.

     




Moving Maps
To move maps to a folder or a collection: 
 

  1. Tap on Edit
  2. Select the map(s) you wish to move
  3. Select the 'Move' icon
  4. Select the desired folder or root location where you would like to move the map(s)
     

If you have moved maps into a folder, and you wish to move them out of the folder back into the main list, or into another folder:
 

  1. Tap the folder/collection where the maps are located to open the folder
  2. Tap on Edit
  3. Select the map(s) you wish to move
  4. Tap the 'Move' icon
  5. Select the desired folder or root location where you would like to move the map(s)
     




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