Make an Easy Map in 3 simple steps:
  1. Copy and Paste your spreadsheet data into the table, or drag your excel file into the table (or use one of our samples).
  2. (Optional) Set Options
  3. Click "Make Map".
Try using our sample data: download sample 1 download sample 2

Make sure the data includes headers and location information.

Create a Custom Map:

1. Copy & Paste Data

copy and paste excel spreadsheet data

Use EasyMapMaker to map excel or other spreadsheet data onto a google map. EasyMapMaker takes the work out of manually plotting multiple locations on a map. The first step is to copy your spreadsheet data including the column headers into the table by clicking on the table to reveal a text box.

2. Set Options

set options for your map

Set the options for your map. Be sure to set location information. Location information can consist of many combinations of the address (street, city, state, zip) as well as the latitude and longitude (set explicitly in separate columns). The whole location can be in one column and be set as the address, or it can be in multiple columns. Set other options if the data contains them. Use Advanced Maps to add filters, add a left direction panel with a radius filter, hide certain data, upload a custom logo, or use custom markers (pins).

3. Make Map

click the button to generate map

Click on Make Map and wait for address location data to be translated into latitude and longitude so it can be placed on the map. Once the data is on the map, the pins can be moved or removed. Once the map looks good, save it. An email will be sent for your records to access the map in the future. After the map is saved, the map url will be provided. This url can be changed to something easier to remember.

EasyMapMaker Features for Basic Maps

Add custom labels to your markers and your map

Customize Markers and add Labels

EasyMapMaker makes labeling your markers and pins as simple as selecting an option from a drop down menu. Choose something that summarizes what the location is about to find things unique to your organizations needs.

show numbers on your pins when there are under 100 pins on the map.

Number Your Pins

Number pins on your custom map to reference them with other data. Pins can be numbered 1-99 when there are less than 100 locations on the map.

Select pin colors while grouping and categorizing data

Map Pin Colors and Grouping

Categorize and group your markers and change the color of the pins to more accurately to reflect the data. Choose a column from your data to quickly group or categorize the markers. A legend will appear below the map for group markers that can also be used to filter the pins.

Select the details that can be viewable by limiting the zoom-in of the map

Hide Map Details

Limit the details available on the map by only allowing it to be zoomed into a certain region, or allow it to be zoomed in so different addresses are more distinguishable.

Addresses automatically get geo-coded into latitude and longitude coordinates

Automatic Address processing (Geo-coding)

EasyMapMaker uses the Google geocoder to process addresses and attempt to find the correct latitude and longitude to place them on a map. Map thousands of addresses with minimal effort.

view your maps on mobile and tablet devices without any extra effort

Mobile Compatible Maps

Maps created with EasyMapMaker automatically work on your mobile device. You can find directions to the nearest marker location or find your location on the map.

Select to have your excel data converted into kml to use with other services such as google earth.

KML Generator For Google Earth

Turn your map into KML to use on Google Earth or Google Maps (limited to 2,000 locations). EasyMapMaker automatically generates a KML file for you when you choose to save your map and have it save KML (Keyhold Markup Language). You can use the KML on Google Earth, Google Maps (limited to 2,000 locations), or any other program that accepts KML.

Add a password to maps for extra security so they can only be viewed by people with the password

Password Protected Maps

Prevent anyone or everyone from viewing your map by adding a password. Share your password only with those who you want to view the map. If you only want someone to have temporary access to the map, you can give them a password then change it when you don't want them to see it again. Be sure to use our secure site starting with https to enable passwords.

cloud based maps, so there is not anything to download.  You can view maps anywhere you have an internet connection

Cloud Based Maps

Access your maps anywhere and anytime you have online access. This means there is nothing to run and download, everything can work on your computer, mobile device, or tablet. This also allows bug fixes and features to be rolled out without anything for you to download.