I'm using a null value to have two geopoints on the web version of the survey. When you choose your address in the first geopoint, is there a way to have both maps simultaneously zoom? It would be helpful. Because in my case the end-user will be locating where a public nuisance has taken place, and this is generally near where he/she lives. If the second map zooms to the location used as their address it will save effort. You have to assume the end-user can't navigate maps well.
I got this to work by setting the "calculation" field of my second geopoint question to reference the field name of the first. When I place a point in the first geopoint question, a point is placed in the second one as well.
Thanks, that put the point on the second map! But, I start at a county scale and the second map stays at the county scale after the point is added. I'm wondering if there's a way to have it zoom to the point as it does when you search an address?
Wait, now I'm getting inconsistencies? It wasn't zooming on the second map... then it did all of a sudden. Now it's not zooming again. Also my geopoint is not pulling the data to the second text field all of a sudden, but if you submit the survey it did in fact record the location?
Like you pointed out, if I have the name of the first geopoint in the calculation of the second, a point is placed in the map. However, it doesn't zoom in. Also, since I'm doing a reverse geocode the address of the first geopoint is put in the text box of the second.
gets me this:
When I remove the name of the geopoint from the calculation field, I no longer get the simultaneous point in the second map. But, I do have the reverse geocode working properly.
gets me this: