1. David Moran
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  3. Wednesday, 08 February 2017
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 Hi there

I need to show a selected group of hotspots on a map which may be taken from different categories.
I know that search tags have not been implemented yet but have tried the following workaround.

I've added unique keywords to the hotspot description - I can then search a keyword and the map displays the correct group of hotspots.

The question is

a) how to add this search criteria to a map view
(similar to [menu] > [options] > [category] in mapview)
Is there a way to do this with [Settings Override] ?

b) how to add this search criteria to a button in the map view
- to create a user friendly way of executing a particular search as the user may not know the keywords.

Thanks
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