Using the URL definition I found here (What parameters should I use in a Google Maps URL to go to a lat-lon? - Stack Overflow), I was able to create a quick dashboard that uses a URL Action to pass the lat and lon as parameters. I've attached it so you can see how it works.
Here's the info on Google's URL:
zis the zoom level (1-20)
tis the map type ("m" map, "k" satellite, "h" hybrid, "p" terrain, "e" GoogleEarth)
qis the search query, if it is prefixed by
loc:then google assumes it is a lat lon separated by a
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Yes, you have to create an action that will embed those values into a URL, that when clicked, will yield the result you want. You may find this helpful, as it describes the basics:
Thanks Matthew & Joshua. With your help I'm 90% there.
For anybody else who reads this I did have a small issue due to data blending. The Lat and Lon must be in the primary data source
I have downloaded your sample workbook and when i am clicking on the Google Map link the map is not redirecting to the location . Even the Google earth view doesn't seem to work. Am i missing anything here . I am using I.E 11. Have checked with the compatibility view its not enabled but its telling that it is enabled. Please help.