However handy that currently is, it's basically a "hack" due to Waze's lack of POI handling. I currently have such landmarks for DIA's arrivals and departure points for the east and west sides of the airport so that people get routed correctly (east side only, OMG cluster %$#% for west side due to light rail construction), but I'd much rather have real POI support.foxitrot wrote:OTOH you can also be providing a lot of landmarks for things you have to drive to. Campuses are not necessarily identical, some have large common parking lots and you finally have to walk to the target building through the mentioned parks, others have own small (underground / roof) parking directly at the target.
Riamus wrote:If you're providing a lot of landmarks for things you have to walk to, then you're promoting using it while walking and that just doesn't sound like a good idea to me.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:PhysicsDave havin' some fun: https://www.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&lat ... =-84.46323
sketch wrote:... I just don't think it's a terrible idea.
We agree on something?!?!?daknife wrote:I'm with Andy on this, the guidelines are a single landmark for the University.
I do, a mass of smaller landmarks tends to glob together unevenly, the names float around leading to further confusion as to which label goes to which blob. (particularly when they are longer names as often found with University Buildings). Additionally the client randomizes which names it actually shows so often the building you may be looking for isn't even displayed making it near useful as a visual reference.sketch wrote:I just don't think it's a terrible idea.
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