In addition to seeing your data on the map, every BatchGeo map with 500 or fewer locations comes complete with a list of every location for easy scrolling and searching. It works in full map view, as well as with your embedded maps. With your mouse cursor over any portion of the map, scroll the page with the keyboard, scroll wheel, or other mechanism. You have now revealed the entire list of locations.
Everything available within the Marker Box is also displayed in this list. You can use your browser’s built-in Find option (usually Ctrl+F or Cmd+F on Mac) to search for keywords within the data, or just browse the list, which is displayed in your spreadsheet order. If you’re using the grouping feature, the list will be constrained to whatever is visible on the map. Even better, any map labels are also included in the list and each item is clickable, opening up the Marker Box to show the location on the map.
The list reveal can be enabled or disabled in the Render Method section when editing your map. Loading the Map Only is a little faster, but the Map + Data method gives you the searchable, scrollable list.
For more tips, see our 5 Steps to Becoming a BatchGeo Power User blog post.