Have address auto-fill from Google Maps as it's being entered.
We're migrating from Acculynx. Acculynx uses Google Maps and will auto-fill an address when we're entering a new lead's address. This is a benefit because 1) It makes our entries consistent, and 2) ensures we're going to the correct house.
Please add this feature.
Great news! We are planning on adding Google Maps autocomplete functionality, so that whenever you create or edit a Job in JobNiimbus, as you begin to type the address the suggested Google Maps locations will appear below. This should greatly streamline the process of adding new leads and Jobs, and improve the accuracy of the data inputted as well.
Rosa Oceguera commented
There's a comment in here asking for this improvement from six years ago (yikes!) I have tested several CRM's, and Jobnimbus seems to be the only one that doesn't have this feature. I'm surprised that it has taken this long to implement the google maps integration. Hopefully, it will be soon (crossing fingers over here!)
James Brocaw commented
I came here to say this. It has been 6 months since this suggestion! This really needs done. We made the switch from Stagistics and they had this option. You were able to click on the address and it sent you straight to google maps. Great suggestion!
Andrew Warner commented
This is a great idea.
And I don't like how I have to put in the postal code first then the city and province.
Also, I would like the option to just have one province rather than me have to toggle through all provinces. We are local company.
John Esh commented
Billing Administrator commented
I'd like to bring to the attention of JN Support/Devs that this topic is also in Contacts & Jobs feedback section as well, with just as much or more support. This is an absolute must as the commenter below on Feb 24 asserted.
Link to other thread with same issue being upvoted.
Dylan Reddell commented
An absolute must for efficiency and accuracy of REAL ADDRESSES. Sometimes reps spell a street name wrong or put Street instead of Ln. Having your address field in the contact pull real data from Google Maps or the Post Office database would cut down on the possibility of delivery roofing material to the incorrect home. Seems like it'd be a relatively small undertaking, would LOVE to see Devs jump on this one!
Steve Kauffman commented
We need this feature! It's surprising that you have something like the maps view in JN Calendar without having address verification - because a lot of addresses aren't showing on that map. As with anything that relies on exact data being spelled exactly the same every time, you need to "pick from a list" or the system will not work. Please add this feature ASAP.
Eric Broome commented
This is a no-brainer, if for no other reason than to minimize typos.
David Luedtke commented
Agree with the option to have it verify or auto populate with google maps and also have the opportunity to override cause we to work in rural parts.
Keith Kaan commented
You have to be a bit careful here and provide the option to override. In rural america, addresses are not always accurate or in the address database.
Jeanne Nielsen commented
Address population would be nice. Acculynx has it, when you start to type the address, multiple address pop up and you can pick one
Brian Davis commented
any chance on getting this soon? It would eliminate address mistakes on entry and it would help with not getting the wrong address synced with company cam. I've used other crms many other apps that already use the google address suggestions and seems like it would be an quick intergration...
Brian Davis commented
I know I've used other programs with it already but like when you start to type the street address in it has a drop down of suggestions of addresses (I assume pulled from Google) . for example. I create a contact, go down to start putting their address in "123 e. mai" and a drop down would pop down with "123 e main st, columbus ohio 43214" and with additional suggestions starting with what I have typed in.
Our current system (Mhelpdesk) when I start to type an address, it automatically pulls it up. If I type 157 it will pull everything in the world with 157, but usually it is the first address I need at top. This feature saves me so much time.