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SIPB Map Instructions – Add Yourself to Our Map

By: | September 13, 2018 | Tags: , | 19 comments

We would love to have you come and join and participate in our Facebook Group – Sharing, Inspiring, Promoting Bloggers.  We are also launching our SIPB Map Instructions – Add Yourself to Our Map then each of us can see in which neck of the woods you are.

Here is the URL to the Map: http://bit.ly/2wk2tvl

Show us where you are on this Map

Step by Step Instructions

To move around the map, simply CLICK and HOLD and DRAG your mouse around on the map. The standard resolution for viewing is 500 km/300 miles but you can zoom in and out by using the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons or by using your scroll wheel on your mouse.

Instructions:

Follow the link. http://bit.ly/2wk2tvl

Start off and click “X” in the top corner to close the popup screen

Now click on the Icon ABOVE the Text Icon

Scroll to almost the bottom of the various Icons

Choose the SMALL BLUE PERSON Icon

Now close the “Select a Marker” box by clicking on the X in the corner of the box

Choose the LOCATION on the map where you live and CLICK to drop your Person.

Remember, you can move the map using the mouse by clicking and holding and dragging the map around

If you make a mistake, read the end of the instructions on how to correct!

The next step would be to CLICK on the EDIT Icon ABOVE the Trash Can

 CLICK on your ICON then CLICK on the LINK tab that opens on the right side of your computer screen

 

HIT/CLICK on the word SAVE beside the Edit Icon ABOVE the Trash Can on the left side of your computer screen

If you click on your newly created Icon, you will see your name and city show up.

Click on the X in the Name box to Close the box

Reset the Resolution to 500 km/300 mi by either using the plus (+) or minus (-) buttons or the scroll wheel on your mouse.

Save the Map by clicking the SAVE button at the top of the computer screen

To view WHO is WHO on the map, simply click on any RED ICON to get the person’s name and city. Click the X in the Name Box when done.

CORRECTING AN ERROR

If you make an error at any time, just CLICK on the mistake, then CLICK on the EDIT icon above the Trash Can.

CLICK on your mistake and it will disappear, then CLICK the word SAVE beside the Trash Can. Voíla…mistake is gone!

If you have any problems with using these instructions and would like assistance, please contact Moderator Pamela Jessen, and she would be more than happy to either help you or add you to the map.

Last Update: Monday, September 12, 2018

Should you need more information on our SIPB Facebook group, I invite you to visit my Blog and click on the SIPB Page and you will find a drop-down with various folders.

You can also participate in our SIPB Birthday List as well as SIPB Members Info and fill out these two documents.

You will also find AN EASY FLIPBOARD GUIDE FOR BLOGGERS with easy to follow instructions.

We will highly appreciate it if you see your way open to add our SIPB Badge to your blog and link it back to the FB group.  Happy blogging all my Blogging buddies!

SIPB Summer Blog Tag

Esme Slabs created the group Sharing, Inspiring, Promoting Bloggers on 8 February 2018

Moderators in Alpha order:
1. Ellen Best
2. Pamela Jessen
3. 
Peabody Amelia

Disclaimer:

Please note, that this information is solely for the benefit of members of SIPB, will not be sold or shared, and will not be used for any other purpose than having fun here at SIPB.

Thank you for being a member and participating and showing us which neck of the woods you inhabit.

SIPB Map Instructions - Add Yourself to Our Map!
  1. Hello – I’m waving from Australia! I think I’m now on the map after following the clear step by step instructions. The only issue I had is that when it says ‘To view WHO is WHO on the map, simply click on any RED ICON to get the person’s name and city. Click the X in the Name Box when done’ , most of the icons are blue, Did I miss something?. I realise that the admin bloggers are red… Anyway I’m chuffed that I managed to do it and so far I’m the only one in Australia!! Thanks for the instructions, now off to read other information before jumping in.

    • Aweso e so glad to see you on the map. Now invite some fellow Australiqn bloggers to co e and join the group. Yes the members are blue amd admin red.

  2. Done! I’m on the map. 🙂

  3. Done! It’s exciting to see where everyone is at. One thing that might make it easier for people following the directions is to have the map open in a new tab. That way they can read the directions and follow the process at the same time. 🙂

    • Shannan, The person trying to pin them on the map, should just open two windows at the same time and place them side by side on the screen to read and follow the instructions at the same time.

  4. When pinning yourself in North America, try to use the one that has the red pins already on it…that’s the one where the Admin and Moderators have pinned themselves.

    Because this is a flat map, you will see continuous maps, and so you can pin yourself on different North Americas or different Europes. It doesn’t really matter, as we can find you by scrolling, but let’s try to stay on one North America if possible. I hope that makes sense…in other words, when you first open the map, scroll around to the North America with the RED PINS on it and pin yourself there!!!!

    • Thank you Pamela – Yes, its better to all be in the Same North America, although the Mods can repin if needed

  5. I am amazed that I did it! I don’t see anyone else except Clive.

  6. Whoo hoo! I’m on the map!

    • Fantastic awesome. Please let your blogging buddies join the group and then get pinned. Why not add them, I sn sure they will ❤️ it

  7. So happy to see people are starting to show up on the map…well done!!! The more the merrier!

  8. This is wonderful and I am so pleased to be part of this group.” I am on the map it is live” and I can not wait to see where all the wonderful bloggers are in the world. Well done Pamela for this and Esme for the group.

  9. Sounds complicated but I’ll give it a go. No doubt I’ll end up showing I live in the middle of an ocean!

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