This guide describes the features of the New MapBrowser.
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The new MapBrowser page includes the following elements:
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The toolbar on the top edge of the screen provides quick access to the following tools:
Available functions depend on your Nearmap subscription.
Vertical - This is the standard, fully orthorectified overhead aerial map.
Panorama - Panorama imagery offers a 45-degree angle view of a location, when available.
Terrain - This map type lets you view the terrain. It can be very helpful to switch Street Maps or Properties on while viewing the terrain map to make navigating the map easier.
Roads - The Roads shows a view of the street maps only, with no aerial imagery visible.
lick on any of the cardinal directions on the compass to quickly switch to a North, South, East or West Panorama for the current location.
Using the MapBrowser date selection tool, you can view any available historical captures of your area of interest.
Read more in the Date Selection Tool guide.
You can zoom in easily using your mouse or trackpad on your computer, or using pinch & zoom on a touch screen device.
The Text tool in the toolbar at the top of the screen allows you to add text annotations to imagery in MapBrowser.
Click the Text tool, and enter the text you want to add to the image:
Changing base layers will persist the text annotation between layers, however when moving between Vertical to Panorama or Oblique, the placement of the annotation will be be slightly off due to the change in perspective.
Annotations currently cannot be ‘saved’, but this is a feature that will be available in the future.
To view a location from the new MapBrowser in Google Street View, right click on the location you want to see and select the Google Street View option.
Read more about viewing a location in Google Street View.