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ok so each user interview will have one deliverable of one user map but after that, when I see common pains, do I build a global map with common pains?


The simple solution to your problem is to explain why you want to turn on their location sharing setting and how it can benefit them. The way you actually design the interaction can be however you choose, but the core tenant is explaining the reason and benefits for turning their location on. When your app is turned on, you are able to ask permission to ...


Cramming 3 variables into the map is really not the best solution — it will most likely not be readable. This being said, it can still be done. You could combine a bivariate map from Harshit's answer with this, adding a third dimension for one of the variables.

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