On radar view you can scroll from left to right using the slider to view how many of your connections are with the following mile radius: 5, 15, 25, 50, 100, 500, 1,000, 1500, 2000, 2500, 5000, 7500, 10,000, 12,500. At the 12,500 mark, that will cover the whole world.
You will also see the letter N as the radar also acts as a compass showing where North is. You will also see their most recent location update and how far away they are from you as well as the compass showing what direction they are from your location. You will also see the users battery setting they have chosen which is the image between the profile picture and your connections name. You can see either a car, an airplane or four different colors of the Serendipity icon Orange. (real-time updates), Green ( Medium battery setting), Yellow (Low battery setting) and Blue (Very low battery setting). You will also see at the bottom of the battery setting, the degree of connection you from that user).
On Map view you will see users based upon the top navigation pulldown options you choose. You also have the option of choosing from Satellite and Map views. And to make things easy for you, if the user has a grey border around the icon, that means the users location is not current. If there is a grey border, just look at the popup above the icon to see how old the last location update was. If the user’s location is current, the borders around the icon will be in the various battery setting colors of Orange, Green, Yellow and Blue. You will also see at the bottom of the battery setting, the degree of connection you from that user). On the right side of the page, if you are a subscriber, you will also see an orange icon of a person which you can drag to the map and it will take you to street view of the users location.