This summer I discovered a sweet mapping tool. For a lot of researchers and writers, it can be tricky to get places plotted on a map. Don’t get me wrong, I adore Google Maps, but it gets fairly tedious manually adding cities to the map.
Map Customizer allows you to enter a list of locations manually (by typing) or copying and pasting a list from a text editor or spreadsheet. It uses Google Maps for mapping.
Once you’ve created your survey, you can save it and point back to your map’s address.
I think it is super helpful if you have a lot of addresses, cities, or locations to enter and would really just like to do so with a copy and pasted list.