As discussed in the Getting Started section of this document, you can add multiple 'markers' in your map and connect each of them to a subpage. When the users click on the marker in the map, they land of particular subpage with relevant information, product and service offerings. For instance you want to take users to a page with selling items only available on a different location of your branch by adding a marker for that branch and create a subpage then link them together.
Adding markers on maps
1. Sign in to 'My Maps' on your device.
2. Open or create a new map.
3. Add the marker.
4. Select a layer wherever you need to put the place.
5. Give your place a name and description and save it.
Linking markers to your subpages
1. Navigate to the 'Map markers' tab or if you're starting from beginning, Admin > Customize > Content > [adding or editing Google Maps plugin, move to 'Map markers' tab]
2. Click on 'Disable main marker' to disable it. By default, all additional markers are associated with the main address. You need to disable this option if you're going to associate an individual subpage/category for each marked address.
3. Click on the '+ Add' button. When it gives an empty address field, type in the address of the other newly added marker.
4. Below, under the 'Category,' select the category if you can see. Or, when you have too many categories to find the one you look for, you can search it also. Once you have ticked, it is selected.
5. Now you have associated a category with a Google Map marker, from now on, any user clicks on the marker it takes him/her to your subpage if they try it from within the app. Create it in case of new, or save changes. Repeat the same steps to add more markers and associating subpages with markers.