It's been an extremely busy development cycle here at Site Identify. Today we're excited to share with you some of the things we've been putting together in the lab. These updates take us one step closer to our goal of providing you with the most elegant, effective, and friction-less real estate site selection experience possible.
New mapping framework
Customers have continuously asked us to integrate Google Street View, Oblique Imagery, and other Google services since our launch. As we looked at options for doing so we realized that we'd be better served just fully integrating Google Maps into the Site Identify platform. What this means is that instead of building one off touch points we've made the full power of Google Maps a complimentary feature available for you to leverage today.
We're constantly on the lookout for ways to make it easier for you to find what you need. As such, we've introduced 2 Search Modifiers.
Search by Shape
Further constrain search results by drawing a shape within the map view.
Search by Dimensions
Need to find property that accommodates a specific length/width? Then this search is for you.
Zoom to market
Wouldn't it be nice if after evaluating a site you were able to quickly jump back out to a full market view and perform your next task? Well, we thought it would be as well.
Get to your data quicker without all the scrolling.
One of the strongest capabilities of the Site Identify platform is its ability to import and save your custom map layers. Last month we silently extended corporate plans with shared layer repositories. No longer will organizational administrators have to upload layers for each individual staff member.
There's still a lot more coming to Site Identify! If you want to help define our development road map feel free to contact us with your feature requests.
The official Site Identify blog
David Morin (co-founder)