Primarily, it is essential that the Airtable records include longitude and latitude coordinates, as these serve as the required input fields for the map. If you have gathered addresses instead, you can utilize the Convert Address to Coordinates extension.
Once you have obtained the coordinates, you can proceed with creating the extension.
Choose Shared View from the list when creating a new extension. If you prefer users to log in before accessing the map, you can opt for the Portal. Select the table where the coordinates are stored.
Navigate to the table containing the coordinates and modify the layout to Map. Subsequently, choose the field housing the longitude and latitude.
Now, the map should be showing up when you open the public URL for the shared view.
If you wish to display the map exclusively, you need to follow these steps:
This will hide the upper part in the screenshot above.