After you've added your spreadsheet to create a map, you have the option to add additional rows to that spreadsheet within Geocodio Maps itself. You can proceed to geocode the data you input into those new rows, which will add markers to your map for these new locations.
Be aware that when you geocode through Geocodio Maps, each row - as well as any fields you've appended - still count towards your total lookups for the day. These stack onto any lookups made through our Spreadsheet Uploader tool or API.
If you exceed the 2,500 free lookups per day, any billable lookups will be counted in your total monthly usage when you are billed.
You can add rows to your spreadsheet by clicking the "Add _ Rows" button in the bottom left corner of the spreadsheet section of Geocodio Maps. We default to adding a single row, but you can choose to populate more than that by updating the numeric input.
You will see these new empty fields appear at the bottom of your spreadsheet, colorized with a green background. This green background indicates that these rows have not yet been saved.
Add the addresses you would like to geocode to the appropriate columns based on how you formatted your spreadsheet. For example, if Street Name, City, State and Zip Code are broken out into a multi-column format, put each element of the address in its associated column. If the whole address is contained in a single column, place the entire address string inside that column.
Your background will remain green, even once these rows have been populated, as long as they are unsaved.
Once you've added your rows, you will see a prompt in the top right corner of the spreadsheet section of Geocodio Maps. It will inform you that you have unsaved changed.
There are three options from this point.
Note: If the "Save & Geocode" option will result in billable lookups, you will receive a pop-up message to confirm that you consent to any potential charges associated with that usage. If you elect not to proceed, you will not be billed for those lookups and the rows will not be geocoded.