Posted By Kent Young on Aug 2, 2016 |

The August 2016 release of EasyTerritory (v2.46.1) is now available! See below for more information about what’s new in this release. If you’re ready to upgrade, please contact your EasyTerritory account manager today.


  • New project and user tags improve searchability
  • New project and user filter support in administrative area
  • Can now manage group assignments from users and projects in administrative area
  • All-stats panel allows more flexible filtering of classifications
  • New auto-classify support for range classifications with equal-interval and quantile breaks
  • Improved project-save experience, especially with project plug-ins
  • New export territories, partitions and routes from the markup panel
  • Added customizable help link to main chrome
  • Clicking markup on the map now scrolls the markup list item into view
  • New markup workflows capability including a ‘route all’ partitions workflow
  • New activity monitoring service and activity monitor utility so admins can monitor application usage


The EasyTerritory administrative functions have been enhanced significantly in the August Release. It is now much easier to find users and projects on deployments with thousands of records. Tags can now be added to a project or user (e.g. #template or #service_planner.) Project and user tags are searchable in the new list filter as well as the project name or user name. Also note, for projects, tags are also searchable in the project rolodex.

In the past, the assignment of a single user or project to multiple groups was cumbersome as it required editing each group record separately. Now bulk group assignments can be performed from within a user or project record.


We have long supported “auto-classify” on exact-value columns. This feature looks at all of the unique values in the data and builds a set of classifications with random colors assigned. We now support auto-classify on range columns. Clicking on the auto-classify link in the classifications panel for a range column brings up this interim dialog.

Once you choose your break-count, break-type and color-type, EasyTerritory will generate a set of classifications for your range data. This is especially useful for monetary and count data columns.


EasyTerritory now supports exporting records associated with various types of markup:

  • Routes – exports the stop rows, with stop order, as CSV
  • Partitions – exports the stop rows as CSV
  • Territories – exports the component regions such as zip codes (if the territories were built using the markup builder)