I have a Glide Pages App and have added a map component on which I show multiple locations.
However it doesn’t adapt the zoom level / center location to show all locations upon logging in.
It just shows San Francisco …
In the Glide Apps this is working however I understood these will be phased out … and replaced by Glide Pages in the future.
It is centering on my phone if I only have one location connected to the maps component. However in the webview even with only 1 location visualized on the map it doesn’t center and just stays focused on San Francisco.
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This problem makes Pages unusable for us as the Map component is a central component. To reiterate, the Pages Map works fine on desktop, but on mobile it centers on the Bay Area, not the map location needed. @jason