Way to say some titles don't work without global_extent=True

Is there a better way to say/give output that certain titles don’t work without global_extent=True?

For example

import geopandas as gpd
import hvplot.pandas

cities = gpd.read_file(gpd.datasets.get_path("naturalearth_cities"))

cities.hvplot(tiles="ESRI") # Gives a gray background in the plot

cities.hvplot(global_extent=True, tiles="ESRI") # Gives the ESRI background

I don’t think this is obvious to first time users

Rethinking this Q. Maybe they all need global_extent=True.

What i’m trying to do is give some titling (background image) to a small geopandas dataframe for a US state. i.e. open street map of google street map would be ideal.

I’m guessing best (and most simple) practice is set global_extent=True then to zoom in into your region

While not hvplot i’m not sure if this helps contextily: context geo tiles in Python — contextily 1.0.0 documentation