Dennis_Halmstad wrote:AlanOfTheBerg wrote:In general, though, yes, a direct contact would be appropriate etiquette. I look forward to being able to do this within the editor and not via PM in the forums.
Is this a feature that will be implemented?
CBenson wrote:tonestertm wrote:Is there even a way to communicate with editors who don't appear to frequent the forum?
When you sign up for waze, a forum account is created that is linked to the email provide during the sign up. The default settings on the forum is to send you an email to alert you that a PM has been sent.
Thus, I have send PM to editors and received response stating that hadn't previously known the forums existed.
jasonh300 wrote:When did the usa_ users become able to edit the maps? I always thought that these were people who didn't have accounts and were just using the Waze client.
PalmettoC wrote:I hope they do add the communication functionality to the system. In the old map editor you could see who had submitted the report, so that made it much easier to handle reports and communications. I miss that
+1AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Email address verification should be mandatory, IMO.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:If I find one parking lot all strung out on massive doses of everyaisle, but no other evidence of that editor doing the same all around, I'll think it a 1-off.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:In general, though, yes, a direct contact would be appropriate etiquette. I look forward to being able to do this within the editor and not via PM in the forums.
Kuhlkatz wrote:Send the PM, but you might as well clean up while in the area.
Kuhlkatz wrote:By the time you cleaned up 40 other similar areas, chances are good that your first PM will still be rotting in your outbox.
At least when the user gets it 10 years from now, he/she would know why you cleaned up the parking lot where that new Casino is now located.
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