Spreadsheets are the best way to gather and organize information in standard form. If you’ve got a whole host of options to keep track of in different locations, the clever Maps/spreadsheet mashup BatchGeo will take your spreadsheet and plot it out across a Google Map. Simply paste your spreadsheet data, and BatchGeo standardizes the addresses and creates a custom My Map, filled with your locations and each one retaining the other data you plugged in about it. It’s a fast way to make it look like you did a whole bunch of work, and that’s never a bad thing. And while it’s not technically a Google Maps feature, we think it should be.
I tried it with a standard address list in Excel. I just copied the data and pasted it into BatchGeo and presto.
Map pushpins are clickable and show pertinent info. Very easy to use.
Mouse your way around this virtual art museum.
Thanks Mike from Spain
Julie C. writes:
A long long time ago, I was searching on the web for the quilt shop: Bits and Pieces – but I’d found your website instead (http://bitsandpieces1.
Thanks Julie – I love it!