If you have created an organization or your account has been added to one, you can access the organization’s profile by using the switcher at the top of the profile pane. You’ll see three tabs on your organization profile: Feed, Uploads, and Shapes. Depending on your role in the organization, access and permissions related to different features are different (read more about team roles).
The feed will contain items about your organization’s activity on Mapillary, such as uploads.
Uploads will show you a summary of the organization’s imagery and coverage. You can see stats on the organization’s coverage as well as switches for toggling which imagery layers are displayed on the map. There are also buttons for accessing the web uploader that lets you contribute imagery on behalf of the organization, and managing organization imagery.
Use the switches to see only your organization’s public or private imagery, or only Mapillary public coverage (i.e. all public contributions that don’t belong to your organization).
You also see cards that represent the sequences that have been uploaded on behalf of your organization. They show which team member contributed the sequence and whether it belongs to your public or private imagery.
Shapes let you create and access specific areas of interest for your organization. This is your gateway to seeing which map data exists in your area, and subscribing to it so you can retrieve the data to use in your tools and workflows. For more details on setting up and exploring shapes, see the article on Shapes.
The dashboard is your gateway to managing everything related to your organization. When viewing the organization profile, use the icon at the top right corner to go to the dashboard.
Through the dashboard, you can manage the organization’s profile and account information such as display name and username, bio, and profile picture. This is also where you find your organization key (you might be asked for it if you turn to Mapillary support, for example).
Note. For the best results, please choose a square image for the profile picture. Otherwise, the image will be "squeezed" and look distorted.