Editing turns

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Re: Editing turns

Postby cherianchris » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:17 pm

Dear Gaurav,

Since you are just starting to edit the map, can I ask you whether you have seen the WAZE GPS Channel on YouTube ?

Waze GPS Channel

There is a Waze Map Editor Guide, which has six parts. I recommend you watch those, and also go through the Map Editing Wiki. These resources will give you a good idea of how to correctly update maps and give the user the best possible directions to reach a destination.

Waze Map Editing Wiki

Please come back to us after you have understood these resources. Feel free to ask us any doubts or questions if you have any.

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Editing turns

Postby gauravk3 » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:01 pm

Hi all, fairly new and enjoying the app tried my hand at editing the map and adding roads etc which was fine. But is there a way wherein map editors can add/ remove the turns which are seen on maps as right or left signs in a black square ( and on travelling waze gives a voice prompt )


As in many cases they are incorrect - even when one has to go straight it prompts to turn left or right and in many places one needs to turn right / left there is no prompt
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Re: Editing turns

Postby Parithosh » Wed Dec 26, 2012 3:57 pm

gauravk3 wrote:Hi all, fairly new and enjoying the app tried my hand at editing the map and adding roads etc which was fine. But is there a way wherein map editors can add/ remove the turns which are seen on maps as right or left signs in a black square ( and on travelling waze gives a voice prompt )


As in many cases they are incorrect - even when one has to go straight it prompts to turn left or right and in many places one needs to turn right / left there is no prompt



Gaurav, what you are looking for is fairly simple and won't take you long to get a hold of things. Just like Chris said, read those resources :)

BTW, where are you from?
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