**Please DO NOT delete any layers from the map below, and if you have to for some reason, make sure to undo the deletions. This is a publically editable map for reference purposes only, it has to be editable for users to disable the various layers.**
Updated AM coverage map
Below was the old post with an old map.
(This mostly applies to area managers, but if you're a map editor, you might like to check this out just to see what's going on.)
While the AM layer in the editor is undergoing improvements to make it easier to read/use, I've created a map in Google Maps Engine to help keep track of who's actively managing which areas. The fact that you can zoom out pretty far makes it a lot easier to use than the editor.
If you'd like to add your managed area yourself, PM me your email address so I can give you direct access. If you want me to add your polygon, just send me your coordinates.
Here's some copypasta from the map description:This is a resource for Michigan AMs and other map editors to use to quickly determine the active AM for a certain location. If you're an area manager in the Great Lakes State, feel free to either add your own polygon or email/PM me your coordinates!
Go to the toolbar under the search box and select the "draw a line" tool. (Don't hit the "Add Layer" button.) For best results, zoom out, create your rough shape, and then adjust the handles individually. You can't click to drag the map without creating another point like you can for an area place in the map editor.
Use your Waze username for your polygon, and fill it with a unique color by hovering over the name in the layer panel. If you manage multiple polygons, please use the same color for all of them.
tl;dr AMs should add their polygons to this easier-to-use map, PM me for access. All other editors can use it to figure out who their local AM is.