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Esri map change data granularity as I zoom in

I have about a million customers across the US and they're grouped into about 50 cities - I have address/lat/long for each one, but I can't display them all at once (the map just shows dots for the first 5,000 and then stops). What I'd like to do is group them when I'm zoomed all the way out (by city/zip/other or even by rounding their lat/long to one decimal place), but then as I zoom in closer, the map should ungroup them so that they go into the right spot (maybe moving to two-decimal lat/long, then three, and so on) so that I can zoom all the way in to see where my customers are physically located in a city.

 

Is there a way I can configure the map to do this? Otherwise, there doesn't seem to be any way I can zoom from a map of the whoel country down to a specific town/street and view all of my customer locations, The street address isn't meaningful when I'm looking at the whole country, but I'd like the map to start using it as soon as it is.

 

Thoughts?

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Re: Esri map change data granularity as I zoom in

@Anonymous,

 

You may try adding two visuals and take advantage of Visual interactions.

Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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