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In order to properly list your members in the directory, you will need to map your database fields. Not all database fields need to be mapped. The fields that you can map are shown below:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Street Address (Optional)
  • City
  • State / Province
  • Zip Code / Post Code / Postal Code
  • Country (Optional)
  • Organization Name (Optional)
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Website (Optional)
  • Brief Member Summary (Optional)
  • Photo / Logo Field (Optional)

Before you can map your database fields, you will first need to enter your Wild Apricot API Key so that ApricotMaps can access your custom fields. If you have not set up your API Keys yet, click here for instructions.

Mapping the Fields

To access the field mapping settings, log into your Dashboard and click the "Address Fields" link in the sidebar menu. You will be presented with a list of the required and optional database fields that need to be mapped.


If you have a custom built directory, you may have additional database fields that you can map in a different area of the dashboard.

ApricotMaps will attempt to automatically map your fields, you can correct the selections by choosing the correct option in the dropdown menu. You will not be able to map a database field more than once, so if you are unable to select an option ensure it is not in use already.

Photo Option

You can only map fields photo-type fields to the "Photo / Logo" selection. You also have the option of using a Gravatar for those that do not have a photo uploaded. A Gravatar is an avatar that is tied to a users email address. Users may have an existing Gravatar if they have used WordPress or another service that incorporates them. This option is most useful if you have individuals signing up with personal email accounts rather than organizations or business users.

If the member has not uploaded a photo and a Gravatar doesn't exist for them, then a default image is used:


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