To use your own Google Maps API key with Bullseye, you must create the key through a Google developers account and enable two specific APIs:

  • Google Maps JavaScript API 
  • Google Maps Geocoding API

Follow these steps to complete this process:


1. Log in to the Google APIs manager


Go to: https://console.developers.google.com/apis


Log in with a valid Google account 


2. Select or create a project 


Select a project under "Select a Project," or select "Create a project..." 




If you are creating a new project: name your project, agree to the terms and conditions, and click "Create"

 



3. Create an API key credential


Under the API Manager menu on the left, click "Credentials"   


Ensure that at least one API key credential exists; if none exist, click "Create credentials" and select "API key" 



 
In the "Create a new key" pop-up window, select "Server key."  Note that "iOS key" is selected by default.




Name your key, leave the IP restrictions box empty, and click "Create" 



 
Copy the key text displayed in the next window and save it 




4. Enable APIs


Under the API Manager menu on the left, click "Overview" 


Under "Google Maps APIs" click "Google Maps JavaScript API" 



Click "Enable"



 
Click the return arrow to return to the list of APIs  


Under "Google Maps APIs" click "Google Maps Geocoding API" 


Click "Enable"


5. Add the API key text (from 3 above) to your Bullseye account 


Go to your Bullseye account at https://app.bullseyelocations.com 


Log in with your admin credentials


Click "Settings" then "Setup"


Click the "Mapping" tab


Select the checkbox for "Google," paste your API key into the input box, and click "Save"



That's it!