You can place a Google maps map in your pages, which automatically shows the location of your company with a 'pin'.
Google maps place card
To place a Google maps card on a page, go to 'Pages' from the main menu of Gnap. Here you choose the page where you want to place the card and move the cursor to the place where you want the card. Then choose the 'Insert content' icon (the leaf with the arrow) and choose 'Google maps'. You will then be given the option to set the pixel size (width and height) of the card. If you choose 'automatic', the card will be as large as the space where you place the card. The following 'taggie' will then appear in your page:
Change default 'zoom level'
When you have placed the map on your page, the zoom level 10 is selected by default. The visitor to your website will then see a map with your location centered in the image and around a radius of 15 kilometers. You can adjust the zoom level in the 'taggie', so that the visitor is immediately more or less zoomed in. For this you have to manually adjust the taggie. You do this by entering a semicolon and a value after the last number in the taggie. That looks like this:
(value 1 - the visitor now sees a map of the entire world - zoomed out to the maximum)
(value 20 - the visitor now sees a map, fully zoomed in on your location)
So you can choose a zoom level between 1 and 20. Where 1 is fully zoomed out (the visitor sees the entire world map, with your location centered) and where level 20 is fully zoomed in.
Is your location not exactly correct?
You can set the exact location of your business from Gnap. To do this, go to 'Company data' from the main menu. Here you can click on the pin behind the street field and then place the pin exactly where you want. Optionally, you can enter your address at the top of the overlay, then Google will automatically search for the right location for you. Click on 'OK' to save the exact location. The map on your website is therefore automatically adjusted.