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  1. How social listening helps the financial sector

    How social listening helps the financial sector
    What is social listening?

    Brand management for the financial industries, especially on social media platforms, requires constant and close attention to customer needs and demands. In finance industries, understanding user needs and manually responding to the high frequency of customer inquiries can be very difficult.

    Social listening is the phenomenon of social media management offered by social listening tools to understand user needs and patterns for better brand management . These tools make the customer experience a priority for social analysis so that the brand is able to develop better relationships with its…

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  2. digitallatestnews

    Digital Latest News is an Internet of Things guide for Latest technology News, Trends, and Updates for busy professionals in digital marketing, social media, web analytics, content marketing, digital strategy. We empower posts and discoursed on social networks, marketing, online advertising, technology, gadgets, and app reviews. Throughout the day our team works on updating you with the latest news and top trends in the Technology Industry.
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  3. Top 5 Benefits of Chatbots in the Financial Industry

    Benefits of a chatbot for the financial sector
    Fintech Chatbot

    What is a chatbot?
    A chatbot is a customer experience tool. When integrated into a website, it improves the customer experience and allows a brand to stand out by increasing customer reliability. It does this by answering general FAQs and helping to conduct various types of industry related inquiries.

    The current line of AI Chatbots, like that of Locobuzz, is powered by Artificial Intelligence. This means that social media chatbots are no longer just tools that respond to customer queries via predefined responses. AI chatbots function as virtual assistants, recreating…

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  4. create an accessibility statement

    In the UK, accessibility regulations came into force for public sector bodies on 23 September 2018. They say you must make your website or mobile app more accessible by making it ‘perceivable, operable, understandable and robust’. You need to include and update an accessibility statement on your website.

    The full name of the accessibility regulations is the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.

    The accessibility regulations build on your existing obligations to people who have a disability under the Equality Act 2010 (or the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 in Northern Ireland).

    For example, somebody…

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  5. add date and full name of map when mouse hovers

    I have 5 maps from different years for comparing how Oakland, CA has changed over time. The functionality is amazing!

    However, both the list of current maps and the list of maps that are bookmarked have the names truncated. This makes hard to see which map is which. And to see which item is which year requires clicking on it and going to the page for the map, then scrolling down to find the date.

    It would great if there were a "tooltip" when hovering over items in the lists which showed the year and full title of the map…

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  6. Blir mulig å sortere kart etter årstall

    Være mulig å vise kart sortert etter årstall

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  7. targetted URLs

    request for a URL that would present the base map in a specific area/zoom. Any maps allied to the area then chosen manually by the surfer.

    see http://osgr.mister.red - I will add links to any useful website where targetted URLs can be generated from OSGR/LatLong. (or from selected website URLs with implied geo data).

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  8. Folders for my maps

    It would be great to setup folders for My Maps

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  9. Sharing

    If there was a link that would let you share to social media.

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  10. Guidance for volunteers on number of points and clip points

    There have been a number if maps recently where i was presented with a map where the number of points entered exceeded 150 (One recent of map of San Francisco had points on every street intersection some 300+) It is extremely time consuming removing these points. Can there be a maximum as well as a minimum number of points for each map.?
    Clipping the map. Can I have some guidance on what should be included in a clipped map eg legend, co-ordinates, title, scale. ( there have been a number of instances when a map has clipped to the outline…

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  11. Import PDF + Grid lines

    I'm used to georeferencing dozens of approach plates for aviation, which means it would be awesome to import them directly in PDF at a given DPI. Most of the charts come with the lat and lon marks so, instead of placing points, it would be faster to simple position 2 latitude lines for top and bottom and 2 longitud lines for left and right sides.

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  12. More Specific Error Messages for WMS Problems

    If I try to use this WMS:
    https://www.ogd.stadt-zuerich.ch/wms/geoportal/Historischer_Uebersichtsplan_der_Stadt_Zuerich_um_1900
    (which works in QGIS), I get just the generic error msg "URL is not a valid WMS server (error loading WMS Capabilities)".
    Sometimes it's a leading blank in the URL which gives the same error.

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  13. enable base map to be rotated

    The rotation of source map introduced in version 4 is great, however it does not solve an imprtant issue. A lot of historical maps and plans (like cities from old sketches) have landmarks drawn. When such map is NOT oriented to the North, then after rotating the base map, it does not look good. It would be great, if there would be a possibility to rotate also the base map (openstreetmap, google maps, satelite view, etc)

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  14. Keep track of the number of edits by a user

    It would be helpful if the number of edits that each user commits was tracked and perhaps was encouraged through some benefits.

    Also, it would be helpful to know how long it typically takes for edits to become permanent.

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    Thank you for your idea, we are currently working on implementing this feature.

    “Also, it would be helpful to know how long it typically takes for edits to become permanent.”
    Can you please specify, what you mean by “edits to become permanent” ?
    Thank you

  15. Have an "undo" or "step back" option for accidents

    This is for when you accidentally click something with your mouse and you don't even know what control point you changed, you just see it is skewed.

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  16. book map parts together like puzzle pieces

    The ability to add parts of book map together like a puzzle on one map. (like Christopher Colles's book map of 1798). Presently I believe you can only compare maps by clicking on them separately.

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  17. Real Time Control Point Accuracy Feedback

    Most times I am Georeferencing I wonder, is the control point I'm about to add accurate. It would be wonderful to be able to instantly see if it was after I add it. Three specific suggestions.

    1. In the Coordinates Pane, prominently show an Average Error score. That way after a point is added you can see if the score goes up or down.

    2. In the Transformation tab of the pane show an Average Error score foe each of the transformation types you can select. That way you know which one is best to select.

    3. If you add a Control Point…

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  18. please add new EPSG projections

    especially for Germany is it possible?
    for instance
    DHDN3 GKZ3
    DHDN3 GKZ2
    DHDN3 GKZ4
    Krassowski S42/43

    Wish You holidays

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  19. Provide a way to mark lat/long grids.

    Many maps have grid lines drawn on them. There should be an easy way to mark where two lines cross and specify the lat/long of that point to georeference it. On some maps, just marking all the grid points would be all that is needed, and would be much easier than matching up map features. Some maps (especially older ones) might have inaccurate lines and need corrections from there, but using the lines would still be a big help to get them started. I've also seen a couple maps where the grid lines were almost the only usable details.

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  20. Allow digitizing points, lines & polygons

    It would be great to permit digitizing/tracing of point, polyline, and polygon geometries once a map is georectified, then saving them. Old maps are the best source for approximate locations of places that no longer exist or have changed names. And they are virtually the only source for approximate locations of roads, rail, former river courses. With this feature, Georeferencer could fully support "historical mapathons," which will add a great volume to the historical geodata commons. Points would be highest priority, followed by lines and polygons.

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