slandrum wrote:It's worse than that. There can be several different business and address markers for the same address in Google Maps, and which one the user gets depends on exactly what they typed for the search (or which one they selected when Waze offered up more than one in its list of search results). And on top of that, you can't necessarily get Map Maker to give you the same pins that you get from Google Maps, so sometimes there are pins you can't move, and I've had very little luck getting anything helpful from Google when trying to get them fixed.
This is honestly the most discouraging thing I've heard since starting with Waze editing.
I already had mixed feelings about volunteering my time to help a company (Google) with the second biggest market capitalization in the US -- bigger than Exxon Mobil -- fix its database. But to volunteer my time to help it find and fix multiple and different incorrect positions for the same address is really pushing my buttons.
On the other hand, now that Waze is Google, maybe I'm just being silly