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* Waze uses two different map editing interfaces.  
 
* Waze uses two different map editing interfaces.  
  
- The Waze Map Editor (WME) is the primary editor. It was previous known by it's development code name of "Papyrus". During the transition to this editor, is was also know as the "New Cartouche."
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- The Waze Map Editor (WME) is the primary editor. It was previous known by it's development code name of "Papyrus". During the transition to this editor, it was also know as the "New Cartouche."
  
 
- The previous editor was known as Cartouche and later was also called "Old Cartouche" or "Cartouche_Old."
 
- The previous editor was known as Cartouche and later was also called "Old Cartouche" or "Cartouche_Old."

Revision as of 17:10, 12 March 2012

Getting started with Map Editing

  • Waze uses two different map editing interfaces.

- The Waze Map Editor (WME) is the primary editor. It was previous known by it's development code name of "Papyrus". During the transition to this editor, it was also know as the "New Cartouche."

- The previous editor was known as Cartouche and later was also called "Old Cartouche" or "Cartouche_Old." As of 2011/02/01 it is still available for some functions that are not yet implemented in the new WME.

Select the map editor you'd like to use

New interface's guide (Waze Map Editor)
Old interface's guide (Cartouche)

Country and Language Specific Map Editing Guidance

Instructions specific to your country and language are found on your country's page: