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Lugares son los Puntos de Interés del sistema de Waze. Actualmente se soportan dos tipos de lugares: Punto y Área.

Los Lugares tipo Punto crean un Punto de Interés que puede ser buscado en la aplicación pero que no se muestra en la pantalla del cliente. Los Lugares tipo Punto pueden usarse para indicar destinos en el mapa sujetos a la tabla de categorías y tipos, se vuelven particularmente útiles para situaciones donde los otros motores de búsqueda de Waze no listan el destino deseado.

Los Lugares tipo Área (antes conocidos como Landmarks) comparten la misma funcionalidad que los Lugares tipo Punto mientras que proveen una orientación visual en la pantalla del usuario de Waze. Debido a su visibilidad en el mapa, fácilmente se puede abusar de su uso, lo que puede emborronar los mapas. En principio, si una ubicación no es distintiva y significativa para orientar a los conductores, no debería marcarse como un Lugar tipo Área. Este principio ayuda a determinar el uso de Lugares tipo Punto vrs. Lugares tipo Área como lo muestra la tabla de categorías y tipos. Un caso de excepción son las gasolineras, las cuales tienen un manejo especial.

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Lugares Punto

Los Lugares tipo Punto se muestra en el mapa con los siguiente íconos:
Wme place.png marcador de Punto estándar
Wme place selected.png marcador de Punto seleccionado
Wme place changed.png marcador de Punto cambiado
Wme place pending update.png Lugar Punto con actualizaciones pendeintes

Detalles de la ubicación

  • El marcador del Punto para un Lugar debe ubicarse sobre o muy cerca del segmento al que se desee que el conductor sea dirigido. El Marcador del Punto define el punto de llegada.

Lugares Área

Los Lugares tipo Área se representan con un polígono. Al igual que con los segmentos, puedes ajustar su forma usando los puntos de geometría. Todos los Lugares Área se muestran en el editor de color rosado cuando no están seleccionados y de color cian (verde azulado) cuando están seleccionados:
Wme gas station area.pngWme gas station area selected.png

Detalles de Ubicación del Área

  • El Lugar tipo Área tiene un objetivo que es el punto de llegada.
  • El punto de llegada se puede mover a cualquier lugar dentro de la figura e incluso a una corta distancia fuera del área de la figura.
  • El punto de llegada debe ponerse sobre o cerca del segmento donde se quiere que el conductor sea llevado.

Tamaño del Lugar tipo Área

Algunos lugares que califican para un Punto de Interés pueden abarcar varias estructuras así como lugares abiertos, calles y estacionamientos. Para esos casos, particularmente si esos elementos forman un complejo unificado o un campus con identidad global, los límites del Punto de Interés deben abarcar toda la propiedad (es decir, "como si dibujáramos la línea de la cerca"). Esto garantiza que en la aplicación cliente se muestre y etiquete el Punto de Interés mostrando su importancia aun cuando se vea con un zoom reducido.

Otros Puntos de Interés que se concentran en una sola estructura pueden dibujarse, si así se desea, sobre el área que rodea la estructura.

Las categorías de Gasolineras y Estacionamientos suprimen la detección automática de problemas en el mapa y deben cubrir al menos el área donde se puede conducir (Vea Places/Parking lot para más información sobre los Lugares Área de Estacionamientos).

Superposición de Lugares tipo Área

En algunos casos el Área de un Lugar extenso puede contener elementos que califican a su vez como Lugares tipo Área; por ejemplo, múltiples edificios en el campus de un hospital o centros comerciales dentro de un gran complejo comercial. Por el momento, el cliente de Waze solo muestra los nombres de los Lugares internos y no muestra visualmente sus límites. En consecuencia un usuario no puede distinguir visualmente los Lugares dentro de otro Lugar de mayor tamaño. El texto de las etiquetas se muestra, pero "flota" en medio de un fondo que no se distingue con otro color.

Es posible que versiones futuras del cliente de Waze muestren de una mejor forma los Lugares superpuestos. Anticipándose a ésto, los Lugares que así califiquen, pueden ser dibujados dentro de uno de mayor extensión. Por el momento, una mejor solución es usar un Lugar tipo Punto para indicar los componentes de un Lugar tipo Área, salvo que sea indispensable que el nombre del lugar se muestre en el Cliente de Waze. Si en un futuro las Lugares tipo Área se muestran de forma correcta éstos Lugares tipo Punto pueden ser convertidos a Lugares tipo Área.


Representación de los Lugares en los Dispositivos

La mayoría de los Lugares tipo Área se muestran en la aplicación Waze y Mapa en vivo como un área sombreada. Los Lugares con Áreas extremadamente pequeñas no aparecen de ningún modo, ni siquiera con un nivel máximo de zoom.

Los Lugares tipo Punto no se muestran ni en el Mapa en vivo ni en la aplicación Waze, pero pueden ser buscados dentro de la aplicación. Por defecto, los resultados de búsqueda de un Lugar Waze deberían reemplazar otros, incluso en la lista de autocompletado.

Definiendo el punto de llegada para un Lugar

Ubicación del Punto

Marcador de un Lugar tipo Punto ubicado en la puerta principal de un negocio.
El Lugar tipo Punto se debe colocar sobre o cerca del segmento donde el conductor debe llegar. El servidor de enrutamiento de Waze llevará al Wazer al segmento de calle que se encuentre físicamente más cercano al lugar donde se ubicó el Punto. El Marcador de Punto es el punto de llegada. Típicamente, si un Lugar se ubica dentro de un edificio, el marcador debe colocarse sobre o cerca de la puerta principal del destino. Piense: ¿dónde debe parar el coche para dejar a una persona que vaya a este sitio?

Moviendo un Lugar tipo Punto

Para mover un Lugar Punto, primero clica en el icono de Lugar, que se convertirá en Wme venue selected.png. Ahora puedes clicar y arrastrar el Lugar hasta la ubicación correcta.

Ejemplos de colocación de Puntos

Algunos Ejemplos

  • Un edificio con un Lugar tipo Punto:
    • Si sólo hay una puerta, colóquelo en esa puerta.
    • Si hay múltiples puertas sobre la misma fachada (como un supermercado), colóquelo en medio de las dos puertas.
    • Si hay múltiples puertas en diferentes fachadas (como las tiendas en la parte externas de algunos Centros Comerciales), si no hay una puerta principal "obvia", colóquelo en la puerta de entrada del estacionamiento más grande, o en la puerta más cercana a la calle que se usa para dar la dirección del lugar.
  • Un edificio con múltiples Lugares tipo Punto:
    • En un centro comercial pequeño, se puede seguir el criterio de la "puerta principal".
    • En un centro comercial grande, coloque los marcadores lo más cerca posible a la ubicación de la tienda. Así el usuario puede tener una idea de dónde ir y el servidor de ruteo puede escoger un estacionamiento cercano a la tienda.
      La advertencia es que esta regla sólo se debe usar siempre y cuando el punto no se coloque en una ubicación que resulte inaccesible. Por ejemplo si una tienda se ubica en la parte trasera del edificio y al colocar una Ubicación tipo Punto ésta queda más cerca de un segmento de calle que pasa por atrás y que no pertenece al estacionamiento, se debe usar la regla de la "puerta principal". Si no se hace las personas serán enrutadas a la calle que pasa por detrás del edificio, la cual probablemente no tenga acceso a la tienda.
    • Edificios de oficinas que se encuentra muy cercanos entre sí, siguen la salvedad que se acaba de mencionar. Para este tipo de edificios, las personas deben llegar a la puerta principal, ya que de ahí se puede acceder a todas las oficinas, siendo éste el lugar apropiado para definir como punto de llegada.

Ubicación del Área

El icono Wme place stop point.png es el punto de parada ajustable para los lugares tipo Área.

Aquí tenemos el ejemplo de un Área (un parque grande en este caso) que tiene una carretera de entrada en la parte este. La segunda imagen es un zoom sobre el objetivo para mostrar como se debe ajustar el punto de parada de navegación para este tipo de Área.
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Distancia límite del punto de parada de un Área

Cuando arrastres el punto de parada de un Lugar tipo Área, el punto de parada está limitado al interior del borde color negro. No se puede mover el punto de parada fuera de esos límites.
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Si mueves un Área y entonces el punto de parada se queda fuera de los límites, tendrás error al guardar. Mueve el punto de parada y vuelve a guardar.

Moviendo un Lugar tipo Área

Un Lugar tipo Área se puede mover sin alterar su forma. Para ello primero seleccionamos el lugar haciendo clic en el mismo. Después, hacemos clic y arrastramos el icono de desplazamiento Wme place drag handle.png.

CUIDADO: También puedes (accidentalmente) arrastrar un área haciendo clic y arrastrando en cualquier parte dentro del Área del Lugar.

Detalles de los Lugares

Todos los Lugares, sean Puntos o Áreas, deben tener el mayor número posible de detalles completados. Esto incluye un nombre, categorización adecuada y la dirección completa, ciudad y estado. Si algún Lugar no tiene una Ciudad o Calle, marcar la casilla Ninguno.

General tab

The General tab for a Place is where you complete all of the basic information: categories, name, description, gas brand, residential/public, hours of operation, country, state, city, street and house number.

BEWARE: Do not use the Description field for notes to other editors. This field is visible in the Waze app, and should only contain details pertinent to the Place itself.

Here is an example of a Gas Station Area with its details completed:
Place Details

More Info tab

In the More Info tab is additional helpful information for the Place. Here you will add phone number, website, and additional services:
Place More Info

Services

Services help users decide if they should drive to a particular place. Here are descriptions of available services. Waze uses the same set of services for every place type. The service checkbox only has two states, 'yes' or 'no answered', thus there is no way to determine if a place either does not have a service or an editor hasn't added one yet.

Valet service The place has valet parking whereby drivers can valet their car, leaving it with an attendant who will park it for them. These services could be free or fee-based.

Drive-through The place has a drive-through window, which serves food or other items via window that allows the driver not to leave their vehicle. Restaurants, banks, and pharmacies often have drive-through windows.

Wi-Fi The place has free Wi-Fi available for customers. Wi-Fi can be completely open, or accessible with a password that the place operator supplies the user.

Restrooms The place has public restrooms where customers can use a toilet.

Accepts credit cards The place accepts any type of credit card for payment of goods or services. At this time Waze does not differentiate between credit card types.

Reservations The place accepts reservations, i.e. a reserved time for dining in the place.

Outdoor seating The place allows diners to eat outside, weather permitting. Outdoor seating may be on the curb, sidewalk, or in a fenced in area on the premises.

Air conditioning The place has air conditioning, to cool and dehydrate the air when the ambient temperature considered to be warm or hot. This may be possible to infer by looking for air conditioning condensers or chillers on roofs or near buildings on aerial photography within the Waze Map Editor.

Parking for customers The place has parking for customers where they can leave their car, which could be free or for a fee, where the customer parks their own car and walks to the place.

Deliveries At this time this service is unclear. It could mean that the place either accepts deliveries, e.g. from UPS or FedEx, or makes deliveries of food or products to the customer, within a certain range.

Photos tab

Any photos which drivers have added to a Place will appear in the Photos tab. In WME, we can only review and delete photos. Photos can only be uploaded from the Waze app. Click on a picture to view a larger version.
Place Photos


Determining Acceptable Photos

Defining exactly what is an acceptable photo is difficult because the huge variation in destinations. In general terms, the pictures of Places should be such that a driver could use the picture to help determine exactly which destination is the correct one. The system will try to show the arriving user the most relevant photo from their direction of arrival, time of day, etc.

Take great care to make a well thought-out decision to delete a photo. Once a photo is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Delete only if the photo really is unclear or not helpful.

The following are meant as guidelines both for the editor and for users taking pictures. Photos should:

  • Show the exterior of the Place
  • Be clear (not blurry, through rain-covered/dirty windows, not from moving vehicles/trains, etc)
  • Be well lit
  • Help differentiate the Place location from nearby Places

Photos could include images of, but not necessarily limited to:

  • Door of store
  • Front of Place with signage
  • An image of the front/side of Place (angled) to exemplify the correct building
  • Streetside signage of the Place
  • Daylight images
  • Night or evening images, as long as the image is clear and helps the driver identify the Place

Photos should not show:

  • People's faces
  • Car license plates
  • Anything which allows a viewer to tie a person to a specific location

Deleting a Place photo

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Take great care to make a well thought-out decision to delete a photo. Once a photo is deleted, it cannot be recovered. Delete only if the photo really is unclear on not helpful.

Any improper or inappropriate photos should be removed. Hover the mouse over a picture in the Place Photos tab, and click the X which appears at the top right of the photo.

Place Updates (Moderation)

Wme place update marker single.pngWme place update marker multiple.png The Places updates layer will display Places with updates pending. When an untrusted driver submits a new Place or an update to an existing Place, these go into a type of moderation status. The Place update marker shown to the left display to let you know, similar to an Update Request, the location of a pending Place update.


Area with update marker
  • The Place update markers will only appear if you have the "Place updates" layer enabled.
  • Point Places with pending updates will display with the Wme place pending update.png icon even when the "Place updates" layer is disabled.
  • With the Place updates layer enabled, an Area Place will display with an update marker at its center.


New Place
When you click on the Place update marker, you will be presented with a panel which details the updates the Wazer has submitted. The exact content of the panel will differ depending on the type and amount of information input by the end user using the Waze app.


  • When you click on any Place which has a pending update, the following message will appear in the left tabs area of the editor screen. Clicking on it will display the update details just the same as clickig on the Place update marker.


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Very long full Place update

Accept or reject?

The job of the Waze editor is to accept or reject updates sent by users from the Waze app. The general guideline to use to determine whether to Accept the update is,


"Is the majority of information provided in the update correct?"


A Place update, if the user completes ALL the information, can be extremely long (expand thumbnail to the right).

Even if some of the data is incorrect, or the photo included in the update improper and unhelpful to drivers, the editor can still remove the photo or update/delete the incorrect information after accepting the update. It is better, faster, and more honest to accept the good information from the driver, and fix the problems, rather than rejecting the entire update and filling in the info yourself.

Duplicate Places

When a user submits an update for a Place, but does not, or cannot, choose an existing Place in the app, it will show in the Waze Map Editor as a New Place. It could also happen that two users report a new Place at the same moment which results in two New Places.

At this time, there is no "merge updates" or "merge Places" functionality in the editor. You may have to manually copy new/updated information from the Place update to the existing Place. You cannot copy/move photos.

When you find a Place update which would duplicate an existing Place, or two New Place updates which are for the same place, if

  • The Place update contains more than just a photo, and
  • The Place update provides useful, updated information

Please follow these steps:

  1. Accept the update
  2. Save
  3. Copy updated valuable information from the newly created Place to the previously-existing Place
  4. Delete the Place just added from the Acceptance in step 1.

If the criteria cannot be met, then Reject the Place update.


Place update FAQs

Who can moderate places?

Users with Level 2 and higher can moderate within their editing areas.

What requires moderation?

  • For new places: every new place which is created by a level 1 editor which is untrusted requires an approval by a level 2+ editor.
  • For place updates: every update which is done for a place which is locked above the user’s level will require a moderation by a sufficiently ranked user.
  • Flagged (Reported Problem): all flags (for potentially problematic images or places) need to be moderated by a level 2+ editor.

What is a trusted user?

Once some contributions by the same user have been reviewed positively by a moderator, we consider that user trusted. He can now add new places directly without any moderation. Updates to existing places are still pending a review if these places are locked.

What kind of places should we approve?

Almost anything which represents a real place should probably be approved. If a Waze user would ever make benefit from knowing that this place exists, it’s worth it. Exceptions are places which include private user information, inappropriate content, or otherwise irrelevant.

If at least some of the details of a place are correct, you are encouraged to approve it and then edit it accordingly.

What kind of photos should we approve?

Any photo which helps the user understand what this place is like is great. Outside pictures are even better, and we have a system that will try to show the arriving user the most relevant photo from his direction of arrival, time of day, etc. Inappropriate pictures or pictures which are not related to the place should be rejected.

Please remember - rejecting both places and photos will prevent the reporting user from getting points and might even get him blocked.

Can I partially reject an update?

Currently not. If a suggestion is only partially correct, it is recommended to approve it, save, and then edit the place to correct the wrong information.

Can I move a photo from one Place to another?

No. This function is not available in the editor

Can I move or merge any data from a duplicate Place update to an existing Place?

No. You will have to manually copy over updated information.

Can a user become blocked from adding new places?

Every user (trusted or not) can become blacklisted and banned from adding places once they have tried adding a certain amount of places or updates which have been rejected. We also track places that have been flagged and removed - if we see a pattern where a certain user created many of these, he might be blacklisted.

Who gets the points for the new places created after an approval?

Users do not get points for pending places and updates - only when a moderator approved the suggestion the user gets the points for his contribution. The moderation action itself (either a rejection or an approval) grants the moderating user with an edit point.

Do we get points for creating places from the client?

We grant the exact same number of points for the same edit whether it’s done from the client or the web editor.

Advertisers

Some places can belong to one of Waze’s advertising partners. These places will be locked for community editing for the duration of the campaign, but editors can still suggest edits - the Waze ad operations team will review and consider all suggestions to these locked places.

What is the Residential setting? Private and public places

Our main goal in this project is to improve the data our users can get about public places. Since adding places is fun and can be even somewhat addictive, we figured our users might want to add private places (their home, for instance) as well. We want to provide an outlet for that, so that we can avoid having private places wrongly listed as public.

Private places will not be searchable, and we will not expose the identity of whoever created them or attached pictures to them. We will be using the pictures and exact locations to improve our house numbers database and show photos to people driving explicitly to that address.

The different attributes of a place

Most place attributes are quite self explanatory. However, here are some points to consider:

Categories

We chose about 120 categories based on what Waze users currently search for. We aimed to have them as wide as possible, and we understand there might be a lot of places without an exact suitable category. For these places, please use the categories that could contain the category they’re in.

Private / public

Public places can be turned into private places, but private places cannot be turned into public places. Use this to convert places mistakenly labeled as public into private. Private places only contain photos and an exact address, without all the other properties of a place.


Area-Point combinations

There are some situations where it will be appropriate to mix both Area and Point Places. For example, shopping centers and shopping malls where the mall itself could be considered a navigation destination, but there are also individual stores which are also valid for being marked.

A simple shopping center, when mapped in this manner, would look like this:

Wme places mall area with points.png


Combination naming

When naming Point Places which are contained within an Area Place in this way, it may be desirable to include the Area's name in the separate Point Place names. If this is desirable, name the Point Places with the specific name first, followed by a hyphen, followed by the Area name, as such:

Point Specific Name - Area General Name

For example, "Yulman Stadium - Tulane University" or "Apple Store - Lakeside Shopping Center". There are two exceptions: airport Point Places, and emergency rooms.


Multiple categories

  • A Place can be assigned to multiple categories
  • The Primary Category for a Place must be the first one you enter
  • The Primary Category is displayed in a darker shade of blue than the others
  • The Primary Category is used to determine whether to use a Point or Area for the Place


When to use Area or Point

Here is the global guidance on selecting Area or Point for Places in the Waze Map Editor.

The Primary Category for a Place is used to determine whether to use a Point or Area.

Parent Category Type Comments
Car Services Car Wash Point
Car Services Charging Station Point
Car Services Garage / Automotive Shop Point
Car Services Gas Station Area Many gas stations also have convenience stores and ATMs. Remember to use "Gas Station" as the primary category and the add any others which are relevant.
Car Services Parking Lot Both There are very few parking lots which should be mapped at all. Please see the Places/Parking lot article.
Transportation Airport Area Special-handling
Transportation Bridge Area
Transportation Bus Station Point
Transportation Ferry Pier Point
Transportation Junction / Interchange Area
Transportation Seaport / Marina / Harbor Area Size-dependent.
Transportation Subway Station Point
Transportation Taxi Station Point
Transportation Train Station Point
Transportation Tunnel Area
Professional and public Cemetery Area
Professional and public City Hall Point
Professional and public College / University Area
Professional and public Conventions / Event Center Area Size-dependent
Professional and public Courthouse Point
Professional and public Embassy / Consulate Area
Professional and public Factory / Industrial Both Size-dependent
Professional and public Fire Department Area
Professional and public Government Point
Professional and public Hospital / Medical Care Area Emergency Rooms should use this category, ERs encompassed in a hospital Place Area should be Points
Professional and public Information Point Point
Professional and public Kindergarten Point
Professional and public Library Point
Professional and public Military Area
Professional and public Offices Both Size-dependent
Professional and public Organization or Association Point
Professional and public Police Station Area
Professional and public Prison / Correctional Facility Area
Professional and public Post Office Point
Professional and public Religious Center Point
Professional and public School Area
Shopping and services Arts & Crafts Point
Shopping and services ATM Point
Shopping and services Bank / Financial Point
Shopping and services Bookstore Point
Shopping and services Car Dealership Point Size-dependent
Shopping and services Car Rental Point
Shopping and services Convenience Store Point
Shopping and services Currency Exchange Point
Shopping and services Department Store Point
Shopping and services Electronics Point
Shopping and services Fashion and Clothing Point
Shopping and services Flowers Point
Shopping and services Furniture / Home Store Point
Shopping and services Gifts Point
Shopping and services Gym / Fitness Point
Shopping and services Hardware Store Point
Shopping and services Jewelry Point
Shopping and services Laundry / Dry Cleaning Point
Shopping and services Market Point
Shopping and services Music Store Point
Shopping and services Personal Care Point
Shopping and services Pet Store / Veterinarian Point
Shopping and services Pharmacy Point
Shopping and services Photography Point
Shopping and services Shopping Center Area
Shopping and services Sporting Goods Point
Shopping and services Supermarket / Grocery Point Standalone could be an Area, but a Point if it is part of larger shopping mall/center.
Shopping and services Swimming Pool Point
Shopping and services Toy Store Point
Shopping and services Travel Agency Point
Food and drink Bakery Point
Food and drink Bar Point
Food and drink Coffee shop Point
Food and drink Dessert Point
Food and drink Fast Food Point
Food and drink Food Court Point
Food and drink Ice Cream Point
Food and drink Restaurant Point
Culture & entertainment Art Gallery Point
Culture & entertainment Casino Area Large hotel-casinos perhaps could be Area Places.
Culture & entertainment Club Point
Culture & entertainment Game Club Point
Culture & entertainment Movie Theater Point
Culture & entertainment Museum Point
Culture & entertainment Music Venue Point
Culture & entertainment Performing Arts Venue Point
Culture & entertainment Racing Track Area
Culture & entertainment Stadium / Arena Area
Culture & entertainment Theme Park Area
Culture & entertainment Theater Point
Culture & entertainment Tourist Attraction / Historic Site Point Size-dependent
Culture & entertainment Zoo / Aquarium Area Size-dependent
Other Construction Site Area Not necessary to be mapped.
Lodging Bed & Breakfast Point
Lodging Camping / Trailer Park Area Size-dependent
Lodging Cottage / Cabin Point
Lodging Hostel Point
Lodging Hotel Point
Outdoors Beach Area
Outdoors Golf Course Area
Outdoors Park Area
Outdoors Playground Point
Outdoors Plaza Point
Outdoors Promenade Point Unsure about mapping these at all
Outdoors Scenic Lookout / Viewpoint Point
Outdoors Ski Area Area
Outdoors Sports Court Point
Natural features Farm NONE
Natural features Forest / Grove Area Only map official state/national forests, not every stand of trees.
Natural features Island Area
Natural features River / Stream Area
Natural features Sea / Lake / Pond Area


Parking Lot

The Parking Lot Place marks a well-defined area constructed for off-street public parking, including parking structures and garages as well as at-grade lots. There are many elements that must be considered before deciding to map a parking lot. The details are covered in Places/Parking lot.