This would be a good option to have. Basecamp has this facility, you can choose the next waypoint you want to navigate to
MyRouteApp has become my defacto routing and satnav, but agree that the fact that if you miss a waypoint, often through road work diversions the routing insists on taking you back, which is a real pain. Please can we have option similar to Garmin / BMW Navigator V which allows you to navigate to next waypoint or recognises when you re-join the route being followed and then continues.
I do have a workaround, in that I use a copy of my route to actually navigate from, then if a waypoint is missed I can edit the copy there and then to remove all previous waypoints I've passed. It then takes you to the next waypoint. But doing that by the side of the side when leading a group is something I'd rather avoid.
Other than that, brilliant routing and navigation app.
to the developers. when i used a tomtom rider many moons ago there was a very small script which when you missed a waypoint the tomtom would flash up a red dot which when touched would avoid routing back to that waypoint.
i know sounds fairly simple but surely the technology can handle something similar.
Customer support, please see other threads relating to this.
Waypoints rerouting back to missed waypoints also posted by Ray Stafford
When this happens you can use the "Skip" function.
Press the 3 dot button (Bottom Right) then the Skip button (Top Right) which defaults to 1 but can be set to any number.
In my experience this is usually caused when a waypoint is not actually on the road even though it may look like it is if you are zoomed out a fair amount.
Now every time I create a route I go into full zoom and just cycle through all the waypoints.
I always check that the waypoints are on the road and also on the direction of travel side of a dual carriageway or motorway.
Thanks for the tip on the 3 dot button will give it a try to see how it works.
But this is a request is add a feature to automatically identify when back on the original route after say an enforced minor detour, or automatically route to next waypoint. Thus avoiding having to stop, take gloves off and manually adjust on mobile phone.