Definition of plus codes
Open Location Code is a system for identifying areas on the surface of the Earth.
The alphanumeric codes are called "plus codes" because each code includes a "+" character.
The resolution of the specified area is defined by the number of digits in the plus code. Longer plus codes identify a smaller area.
Plus codes are often used as a replacement for street addresses, especially in places where buildings aren’t numbered or streets aren’t named.
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Create the label
To learn how, visit this link: Create a label - (Label Tool)
Add the plus code
- Select the Edit/Measure Tool in the top toolbar.
Or you can press the "Q" button on your keyboard.
- In the Map View, click the label.
The label editor window will appear.
- Above the "Description" field, click the 5 dots forming the Plus Sign Icon.
The icon displays the tooltip: "Add Open Location Code".
- You will see the code added to the "Description" field.
- Click the "SAVE" button.
In Map View, you will see the code has been added to the label.
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