Category Archives: Documentation

Place Changes & Anti-duplication

We’ve recently put live a few changes around how places are stored in our database so we thought a blog post was in order to bring you up to date. We now treat places that we’ve pulled in from Foursquare … Continue reading

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We Have a New Wiki

To try to improve the management, and quantity, of documentation on the site we now have a wiki! You can find it at http://mapme.at/wiki You will need to log into MapMe.At to access the wiki but once in you will be … Continue reading

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It’s Good to Share

We’re glad to be able to announce a new feature on the site (yes, the first real new feature in a while!) – Sharing Codes. The idea behind sharing codes is that a lot of people will want to share … Continue reading

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Maintaining your location with outside services: Twitter

As mentioned in the previous post, mapme.at aims to make it as easy as possible for you to keep a complete location history. If you’re a regular twitter user then a really convenient way to do this is to send … Continue reading

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Maintaining your location with outside services: Fire Eagle

Since its conception mapme.at has always embraced the ability to use your location in as many ways as possible. FireEagle support was one of the first features and Twitter support followed soon afterwards. Being able to work with external services … Continue reading

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How to make friends and track people

Now that you’ve hopefully got your account setup and have been tracking your trips between home and work, you might want to share this information with people you know. mapme.at gives you a couple of ways to expose your location … Continue reading

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Creating a favourite and “mapping” yourself there

The way in which you’re most likely to map your location while using mapme.at is to use favourites that you’ve created in the past. Favourites allow you to save a location into the mapme.at database, assign some tags and a … Continue reading

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