filmless1 wrote:I learned the whole editor basically by playing and not saving so I could see what each thing did. Now I want to fix roads I travel a lot. I use the app basically to go to my calls for service. I want to make sure I get to the right place...the fastest way I can.
filmless1 wrote:I guess I'll just keep my level 1 and do what I can. Wish I could help my fellow Wazers more. I've fixed all the issues in my area in the last week single handedly and I look every day for Wazer Updates needed.
filmless1 wrote:Yeah I've applied for Area Manger and that will take me to level 3. That would be a nice improvement. I think most everything in my area though is a Level 1 or a Level 5 edit.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:Enter 'ranks' or 'manager' into the Quick Help box on the Support page to start.
History of editors (generalized) shows that most users don't learn quickly or pay attention to the guidelines in the wiki. Also, at least some level of participation in the forums in nearly required to keep up with new features, changes, updates to code which affects how roads and junctions are used, etc. Both of you have never posted here before and so, by default, there will be a certain amount of "skepticism" about your experience with the editor and ability to edit according to the guidelines. (We've also been "burned" by a number of users bent on nothing but acquiring more of these awesomely useful points.)
Waze only uses your last 3-months of drives to determine your driven editable area. Most of the community has agreed this is acceptable. Three months from now, your trip to another city 1000 miles away makes it less likely you really know what's going on there and should have editing rights.
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