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 In the first column of the table tick the places that should be seen on the map. To move to a created place, click on its name in the list. On the map, places can be displayed by their images and/or circles (depending on what is set in place properties) as well as their names. However, if the names are too long, you may want not to show them on the map. Disabling POI names is done in [[user/​set/​set#​unit_vizualization_on_map|user settings]] (remove the flag **Display POI names on the map**).  ​ In the first column of the table tick the places that should be seen on the map. To move to a created place, click on its name in the list. On the map, places can be displayed by their images and/or circles (depending on what is set in place properties) as well as their names. However, if the names are too long, you may want not to show them on the map. Disabling POI names is done in [[user/​set/​set#​unit_vizualization_on_map|user settings]] (remove the flag **Display POI names on the map**).  ​
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 Place a mouse cursor over a place name on the list or on the map to see related information in a tooltip: enlarged image, name, description,​ radius, and account name where the place belongs to (if there are several accounts). If the description contained any links to other images, they will be loaded and displayed, too. Example tooltip: ​ Place a mouse cursor over a place name on the list or on the map to see related information in a tooltip: enlarged image, name, description,​ radius, and account name where the place belongs to (if there are several accounts). If the description contained any links to other images, they will be loaded and displayed, too. Example tooltip: ​
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 POI can be used in reports as addresses (in the '​Location'​ column), if **POI as address source** is checked in report template. See [[user/​reports/​data/​data#​addresses|Data in Reports]] for details. POI can be used in reports as addresses (in the '​Location'​ column), if **POI as address source** is checked in report template. See [[user/​reports/​data/​data#​addresses|Data in Reports]] for details.
  
-===== Import/Export ​POI and Geofences =====+===== Import ​and Export ​of Places ​and Geofences =====
  
-Your [[user/​poi/​poi|POI]] and [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]] can be exported and imported with the help of //kml// (if compressed - //kmz//) files. It allows to quickly copy elements from one account to another as well as export them from exterior sources. Besides, in some cases it is possible to make geofences from places and vice versa. ​+Your [[user/​poi/​poi|POI]] and [[user/​geo/​geo|geofences]] can be exported and imported with the help of //kml// (if compressed ​-- //kmz//) files. It allows to quickly copy elements from one account to another as well as export them from exterior sources. Besides, in some cases it is possible to make geofences from places and vice versa. ​
  
-To perform the operation, press the //​Import/​Export//​ button at the top of Geofences or Places ​(POI) panel and choose an option - either import or export. ​+To perform the operation, press the //​Import/​Export//​ button ​{{:​small:​export_menu.png?​nolink}} ​at the top of Geofences or Places panel and choose an option ​-- either import or export. ​
  
 **Import places/​geofences from file to an account** **Import places/​geofences from file to an account**
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