Sometimes a map needs a conversation; sometimes a conversation needs a map. Either way, maps and chats just make sense.
Now, you can make a map the easy way, right in Slack.
The quick-map slash command uses Mapbox Static Images and Geocoding APIs to convert an address or pair of coordinates into a simple map.
This is how it works. Create a map from an address or place name:
/quick-map Taj Mahal
Create a map from coordinates:
You have the option to refine the location, zoom level, and map type in the quick-map dialog:
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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