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==Introduction to Editing Maps==
 
==Introduction to Editing Maps==
Waze currently uses the [[Map Editing (new Editor)|Waze Map Editor]] (WME) as the primary editor. It was previous known by its development code name of "Papyrus".
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Waze currently uses the [[Waze Map Editor]] (WME) as the primary editor. It was previously known by its development code name of "Papyrus".
  
 
Every new editor should ensure they read through the following two articles in the Wiki to be familiar with all the key features of the WME and recommended map editing techniques.
 
Every new editor should ensure they read through the following two articles in the Wiki to be familiar with all the key features of the WME and recommended map editing techniques.
  
* Start with the [[Map Editing (new Editor)|WME interface guide]]
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* Start with the [[Waze Map Editor|WME interface guide]]
 
* Then continue with the [[best map editing practice]]
 
* Then continue with the [[best map editing practice]]
  

Revision as of 01:44, 29 June 2013

Introduction to Editing Maps

Waze currently uses the Waze Map Editor (WME) as the primary editor. It was previously known by its development code name of "Papyrus".

Every new editor should ensure they read through the following two articles in the Wiki to be familiar with all the key features of the WME and recommended map editing techniques.

After you spend some time covering the map in the vicinity of your drives, you can consider applying to become an Area Manager.

Country and Language Specific Map Editing Guidance

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