Currently, there is only Google Maps location service available for EasyArticles. You may find the settings at EasyArticles > Settings > Editor > Location Options.
After you have configured the above options, a map will be appeared when composing your articles. It will be located at the bottom of your editor.
Setting Up API for Google Maps
To get started you'll need a Google Account. If you currently do not have any, you can head over to Google and sign up for one.
So, lets start with the creation of Google Map API key. Navigate to the APIs Console located at Google Console. Login to your Google Account and once logged in, it'll bring you to the Console Dashboard. You'll need to create a new project if you haven't have any yet. Navigate to I AM ADMIN and start creating your new project.
Once you have created your new project, navigate to the APIS Library and focus at the Google Maps APIs section. There, you'll notice a list of the available API services. As for Google Map for EasyArticles, you'll need to enable these 5 APIs:
- Google Static Maps API
- Google Maps Geocoding API
- Google Maps Geolocation API
- Google Maps Embed API
Now, lets navigate to the Credentials section. By default, the your credential will be created automatically. However, if there is none, you can always create a new credential for yourself. Copy the generated key and place it in EasyArticles's Location Options.