How to use Navigation Directions

Map directions make it easy to quickly navigate between campuses, buildings, and floors.

  1. Go to > Home screen > Map and clickon a room, desk, or amenity.
  2. Select Directions from here or Directions to here.

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  3. Use Search to find the ‘From’ or ‘To’ location you need directions for.
    • Filters can help narrow down the results.

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  4. Click through your search until you find the location you want.
    • This example searches a different Building.

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  5. Click Start Directions to begin the step-by-step navigation.
    • The navigational path between the two points is indicated by blue dots. If the start and end locations are on different floors in a building or across the campus, a partial path will be displayed, directing the user to the point where they must use stairs, elevator, a door, etc. to get to the next map screen.
    • The Accessibility button provides a continuous, unobstructed path that avoids stairs and connects all accessible elements and spaces in a floor, building, or campus.
    • The Reverse button allows you to swap the “to” and “from” points.

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  6. Click Next to continue steps.
    • A green Next icon indicates a transition between floors or buildings.

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  7. Click Done when you arrive at your destination.

Campus and Floor Maps

How maps work

App maps make it easy for you to find the people, places, and things you need to be comfortable and productive. By exploring a map, you can quickly learn where you are, what’s available nearby, and how to navigate to different locations.

  • Maps use standard touch screen control — you can move the map with a finger or zoom in/out by pinching the screen.
  • The Map view displays Neighborhood zones by default. If no Neighborhoods are configured at the organization, the Temperature layer will display by default. Temperature and Neighborhood layers cannot be viewed on the map at the same time. 
  • You can control what objects you see on the map by turning layers on and off.

Campus maps

When an organization has more than one building in the same area it’s called a campus. A campus map includes the buildings, roads, points of interest and neighborhood around the buildings.
If you location is set to the Campus, you can view the map by clicking on the map preview on the Locationcard.

  • You can see all the buildings in your campus along with other features of the neighborhood. From there, you can select a building, a floor, and set for workspace.


Floor maps

Floor maps provide an overview of a floor’s layout, available work spaces and rooms, and amenities. There may be more than one floor in a building, each with its own map. 
With a clear view of the entire floor, you can discover Neighborhoods, bookable desks, workspaces and rooms, temperature and light areas, entrances and exits, and amenities.

  • Rooms and desks are indicated by icons. Circles = rooms. Squares = desks.
  • Colors indicate availability; green means available now. Learn more about finding and booking rooms and desks.
  • Neighborhood areas are collaborative spaces for different groups shown as colored areas on the floor map. Each Neighborhood area encompasses desks, rooms, and amenities. 
  • Amenities are indicated by black and white icons that represent non-workspace features in the building, such as the front desk, a hand sanitizing dispenser, a coffee and tea area, or a bathroom. 


Layers and Legend

When you open a floor map in the app, all the objects except Temperature display by default. You can then use the legend to select which layers you want to view.

  1. On the floor map, go to the layers icon.
  2. Tap the checkmarks to turn the desired object types on or off.
    • If implemented at your organization, Neighborhoods will display by default.
    • The shaded Temperature and Neighborhood layers cannot be viewed on the map at the same time.