Display Address, LatLong, and XY values in your templates as described in the following sections:

Displaying an Address in a template

Display an Address in a template by specifying its name.

For example, if your Address column is called Home Address, you could display it as follows:

Name: <<[Name]>>
Address: <<[Home Address]>>

An Address is displayed as text by default. You can create a format rule to control how the Address is displayed.

To create a format rule to control the display of the Address column:

  1. Open the AppSheet Editor.

  2. Go to the UX > Format Rules tab.

  3. Click New Format Rule.

  4. Choose the table containing the Address in the For this data field.

  5. Select the Address column in the Format these columns and actions field.
    For example, HomeAddress or _ComputedAddress.

  6. Choose one of the following for Image format under Template format:

    Large: Display as 1000 x 1000 image
    Medium: Display as a 600 x 600 image
    Small: Display as a 200 x 200 image
    Tiny: Display as a 50 x 50 image
    Text: Display as a URL

Displaying a LatLong in a template

Display a LatLong in a template by specifying its name.

For example, if your LatLong column is called Location, you can display it as follows:

Name: <<[Name]>>
Location: <<[Location]>>

A LatLong is displayed as a Google Map by default. You can control how the LatLong is displayed using a format rule.

To create a format rule to control how the LatLong is displayed:

  1. Open the AppSheet Editor.

  2. Go to the UX > Format Rules tab.

  3. Click New Format Rule.

  4. Choose the table containing the LatLong column in the For this data field.

  5. Select the LatLong column name in the Format these columns and actions field.

  6. Choose one of the following for Image format under Template format:

    Large: Display as 1000 x 1000 image
    Medium: Display as a 600 x 600 image
    Small: Display as a 200 x 200 image
    Tiny: Display as a 50 x 50 image
    Text: Display as a URL

Displaying an XY value in a template

You can display an XY value in a template by specifying its name. An XY is always displayed as text in templates.

For example, if your XY column is called FloorPlan, you can display it as follows:

Name: <<[Name]>>
Floor Plan: <<[FloorPlan]>>

Note: We hope to provide you with the option of displaying an XY value as an image in the future.

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