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Customizing the Bing Maps Widget

Now that I have assigned data to my widget, I am going to click the “Properties” tab to customize it. First, I am going to change the widget’s name from “BingMap1” to “2020_World Population Data.”

BingMaps-WidgetRenaming

Now, my widget will show countries’ population data, and markers will indicate a country’s location based on latitude and longitude values. Here, I can see the data by hovering over a marker.

BingMaps-BindedResult

With the help of the “Properties” column, I would like to customize my widget. First, I am going to change the Map Theme to “Aerial” under “Basic Settings.”

BingMaps-MarkerTheme

Below, you can see what the widget looks like with the “Aerial” theme.

BingMaps-AerialTheme

I know I can change the marker shape in “Marker Settings” under the “Properties” column. By default, the marker shape is “Circle.”

BingMaps-MarkerSettings

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