The quick-map slash command uses Mapbox Static Images and Geocoding APIs to convert an address or pair of coordinates into a simple map.
The quick-map command accepts a single parameter: location. The location may represent a place name or address, or longitude/latitude pair.
- Place name or address
- May be a geographical place name (e.g. United Kingdom) or address (e.g. 10 Downing Street, London)
- Longitude/latitude pair
- Enter geographical coordinates, in the order longitude, latitude, separated by a comma
- Longitude must be in the range (-180, 180)
- Latitude must be in the range (-90, 90)
Once you’ve started the mapping process by entering the slash command, you can refine the map in the dialog box, including choosing a refined address, zoom level, and map type.
When you’re satisfied with your map, click ‘Send to Channel’ to post the map to your Slack channel, and start the conversation!
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