What is Displayed on a Map
When you open Chorus you are presented with a map which shows all the current active entries around you.
The number of rings around an entry shows its popularity and it is determined by the number of likes or comments it has received.
When entries are too close to show individually, they will merge and a number is displayed at their centre representing number of entries at that location.
Blue: your post.
Red: post from someone you are following.
Gray: default colour.
An inner red ring: post from a Chorus Guru.
Tap on an entry to see a thumbnail of its content. If there are multiple entries for that specific location, swiping on the thumbnail will show the other entries in that group.
Tapping on a thumbnail will displaying the entry in full with its comments.
Search For a location
You can also search for a specific location on the map.
Tap to start a search.
Enter a search term.
Select from one of the results returned.
Tap on list button to see nearby recent Posts in a list format.
See what is happening around you.
See what is trending around the world.
Search for a user or a location.
Tapping on an entry will open the entry in full.
You can use filters to narrow down what is displayed in both list and map views.
Tap the filter button.
Select what you would like to be displayed.
Tap outside the filter window to activate the filter.
See Upcoming Events
In Chorus you also have the option to view events for the upcoming events.
The time bar can be used to display entries for the upcoming week. A dark circle marker for a day indicates that there are posts for that particular day within the display area of the map.
Tap on day to jump and reload the map for that day.