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- JUL 2021
Bulk edit placemarks via a spreadsheet.
- JUN 2020
Import or upload external Geofeeds. Supported filetypes are KML, GeoRSS, GPX.
- MAY 2020
GLOTTER can now be used in dark mode which is preferred by some users.
- OCT 2019
KML is back
KML has been reimplemented in addition to the new GEOJSON format. Now you can import maps created with GLOTTER in Google Earth again. Open an entry scroll down to the download tab and select "Download KML".
- FEB 2019
"Mobile First" Relaunch
Mobile visits have surpassed Desktop visits on GLOTTER and it was time to refactor the code to conform the requirements.
Modern Progressive Web App features allow users to add GLOTTER to the Home screen and to use it as a Single Page Application.
Furthermore a new look & feel improves the usability - especially on mobile devices.
- JUN 2018
New mapping experience with Mapbox GL
Maps are now rendered from vector tiles using WebGL which gives you an entirely new mapping experience (Use the right mouse button to rotate the map and change the viewport - Isn't it cool?).
GeoJSON is the new standard for representing geographical features and replaces KML to view points and polylines.
Everyone loves Emojis 😍 and that's why Emojis can now be used as placemarks instead of the old-fashioned marker images 🎉🎉🎉
- MAR 2018
Export your GLOTTER data
You are now able to export your GLOTTER data as CSV in your User profile. This is part of new regulations and transparency efforts to grant easy access to the data you create with our services. In the end you control the information you provide online.
- AUG 2017
More locales are coming to GLOTTER. You can now help improve the quality of translations in your language. 1. Click the checkbox in the header 2. Highlight the text area that needs improvements and 3. Submit a new translation. That's it!
- AUG 2016
10 000 000
Unique Map Views — Thank you for your ongoing interest in our services!!!
- MAY 2016
Support for Emojis
📌 + 🌎🌍🌏 = 😀
- FEB 2015
Google Maps turns 10
- SEP 2014
Style your Maps
Simply add a JSON string and customize the presentation of the standard Google base maps.
- AUG 2014
Bulk import placemarks via a spreadsheet.
- OCT 2013
New Geocoder feature
- JUL 2013
New service and Edit feature
- DEC 2012
Mobile use is increasing!
That's why GLOTTER is going responsive on the Desktop version.
- FEB 2012
Publish maps with the Creative Commons license and allow other users to create a copy in their profile.
- JAN 2009
Upload third-party KML/KMZ files and add them to GLOTTER.
- APR 2007
Google introduces "My Maps" which allows Google users to add placemarks to individual Google Maps.
- FEB 2007
glotter.com goes live!
Beta Launch of GLOTTER which allows users to add placemarks to individual Google Maps.
- OCT 2005
Domainname glotter.com got registered.
- JUN 2005
Google Maps API
Google Maps API has been made available to developers.
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