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Re: Requesting For AM - 2 areas

Sat Sep 21, 2013 11:37 am

Hi there and thank you for contributing in Waze.

Kindly refer to this wiki: http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Editing_ranks

According to the current rank upgrade procedures, you must have at least 1,000 map updates before even requesting to upgrade to Level 2 editor, and achieve 10,000 map updates before upgrading to Level 3 editor. All that must happen before requesting for an area to be managed.

Your current editing area will cover all driving areas recorded on Waze plus 1 mile radius. L2 (2 mile radius) and L3 (4 mile radius) subsequently. Eventually when you reach L3, then you will re-assess your editing areas and only select areas not within your frequently driven areas to be the ones you should manage.

Levelling up to L2 and L3 can be done through Waze Support without requesting as Area Manager. As Malaysia is granted self-governance, Area Manager requests will be reviewed by Country Managers. All aspects will be scrutinized including your editing qualities and your understanding about the Waze mobile app and its routing behaviour, also maintaining good communication between fellow editors.

Please continue your editing to brush up your skills, read up all the wiki, get involved in discussions via forums or FB/G+, you'll be able to achieve L3 soon.

Cheers and Regards :) .

Kamal

Re: Requesting For AM - 2 areas

Mon Mar 31, 2014 2:42 am

CoolCityCat wrote:Hi there and thank you for contributing in Waze.

Kindly refer to this wiki: http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Editing_ranks

According to the current rank upgrade procedures, you must have at least 1,000 map updates before even requesting to upgrade to Level 2 editor, and achieve 10,000 map updates before upgrading to Level 3 editor. All that must happen before requesting for an area to be managed.

Your current editing area will cover all driving areas recorded on Waze plus 1 mile radius. L2 (2 mile radius) and L3 (4 mile radius) subsequently. Eventually when you reach L3, then you will re-assess your editing areas and only select areas not within your frequently driven areas to be the ones you should manage.

Levelling up to L2 and L3 can be done through Waze Support without requesting as Area Manager. As Malaysia is granted self-governance, Area Manager requests will be reviewed by Country Managers. All aspects will be scrutinized including your editing qualities and your understanding about the Waze mobile app and its routing behaviour, also maintaining good communication between fellow editors.

Please continue your editing to brush up your skills, read up all the wiki, get involved in discussions via forums or FB/G+, you'll be able to achieve L3 soon.

Cheers and Regards :) .

Kamal


Excellent explanation. In my case I achieved the required 10,000 map edits (and then some :) ) to be promoted to level 3 map editor but it just hasn't happened yet. I've been looking at tons of map updates requests but have been unable to help because the roads are locked to that level 3, so as you can imagine I'm excited to get going. You mentioned Waze support. Where exactly is this Waze support? (I was actually looking for it and that's how I found this post ;) ) Thanks in advance
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Re: Requesting For AM - 2 areas

Mon Mar 31, 2014 3:38 am

misomac wrote:
CoolCityCat wrote:Hi there and thank you for contributing in Waze.

Kindly refer to this wiki: http://www.waze.com/wiki/index.php/Editing_ranks

According to the current rank upgrade procedures, you must have at least 1,000 map updates before even requesting to upgrade to Level 2 editor, and achieve 10,000 map updates before upgrading to Level 3 editor. All that must happen before requesting for an area to be managed.

Your current editing area will cover all driving areas recorded on Waze plus 1 mile radius. L2 (2 mile radius) and L3 (4 mile radius) subsequently. Eventually when you reach L3, then you will re-assess your editing areas and only select areas not within your frequently driven areas to be the ones you should manage.

Levelling up to L2 and L3 can be done through Waze Support without requesting as Area Manager. As Malaysia is granted self-governance, Area Manager requests will be reviewed by Country Managers. All aspects will be scrutinized including your editing qualities and your understanding about the Waze mobile app and its routing behaviour, also maintaining good communication between fellow editors.

Please continue your editing to brush up your skills, read up all the wiki, get involved in discussions via forums or FB/G+, you'll be able to achieve L3 soon.

Cheers and Regards :) .

Kamal


Excellent explanation. In my case I achieved the required 10,000 map edits (and then some :) ) to be promoted to level 3 map editor but it just hasn't happened yet. I've been looking at tons of map updates requests but have been unable to help because the roads are locked to that level 3, so as you can imagine I'm excited to get going. You mentioned Waze support. Where exactly is this Waze support? (I was actually looking for it and that's how I found this post ;) ) Thanks in advance
Hi, you can go to https://www.waze.com/support/question and type "Upgrade my rank" . Scroll down until you see the link to send request to upgrade editing rank.

Requesting For AM - 2 areas

Fri Sep 20, 2013 3:26 am

hello... ;)

Waze Username: syazni38
Real Name: mohd syazni abd rahman
Date joined: Dont know how to check.. maybe 1year ago...
Number of map edits so far: 631

Area to take over as Area Manager (Permalink):
Sungai Besar:-
https://world.waze.com/editor/?zoom=3&l ... TFTFTTTTFT

Small Area in Seksyen 7, Shah Alam:-
https://world.waze.com/editor/?zoom=5&l ... TFTFTTTTFT

Area that you've already edited (Permalink):
Additional comments:i want to be an AM in my hometown Sungai Besar.. :lol:
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Re: Requesting For AM - 2 areas

Sat Sep 21, 2013 4:42 pm

owh! ok CoolCityCat... will do.. ;) ;)

thanks for the info :D
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