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However, if you drag and drop your files to the layers panel of an existing map you're currently
viewing, then you'll add additional layers (data) to that map (no new map will be created).
Make sure that you drag and drop all the files that are part of your data (for example, if you
want to drop shapefiles then you have to drag and drop all the files that are part of a particular
Web to Cloud Upload
This feature is ideal for uploading larger data sets as you can now upload those from the Web
directly to GIS Cloud. Also in addition to saving time, from now on you can create maps and
upload data also from mobile devices like tablets. In the File Manager you can find the Web to
Cloud Upload option with which you can directly upload data from web to your GIS Cloud
account. With this option you can upload various types of data such as:
Spatial Vector files: .shp, .mif, .mid, .tab, .kml, .gpx
Spatial Raster files: .tif, .tiff, .jpg, .gif
Image files: .jpg, .gif, .swf, .png
Excel 2003 and CSV: .csv and .xls
Also, data can be uploaded even if it's in zip format so you don't have to unpack your files.