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Requests for changing the lock rank of segments (unlock) or map modifications

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Postby maantje76 » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:54 am

This subforum is for all requests to modify the map.

What belongs here?

Requests for changing the lock rank of a road. (unlock)
If you get a message that you don't have permission to edit a certain road, because it's locked at a higher rank, insert your request to here.

Requests to change the map.
If you encounter an incorrect situation on the map, you can post it in this subforum.

- Creating a roundabout
- Change directivity
- Setting turn restrictions

What does not belong here?

Questions about the map.
When you are editing and have a question about a certain situation, or how to deal with it, please open a separate topic.

This subforum is only meant for modification requests. For discussions about a certain situation, please open a separate topic.

What should be included in my post?

1. The location
Street & city name.

2. The desired adjustment.
Description of your request.

3. Permalink
A permalink of the location, so we do not have to find out where it is all about.

To create a Permalink:
In WME (Waze Map Editor), there is a small text button on the right side, just below the bottom of the map, labeled 'Permalink'.

By clicking this button, a link to the current location shows up in the address bar of your browser.
Now copy the link from the address bar, and paste it at the bottom of your post in this subforum.
After your post is submitted, other users only have to click your link, to open the corresponding area. Now they can handle your request easily.

Please post your request in English.
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