Here are a few ideas i had when testing MyRoute-App (Web). Some of them would be especially useful for people who want to manage more own routes and tracks.
Keep up the good work!
Yes, sometimes it is, we take a look of we can make it better.
Most off the times it is enough to zoom in.
I have post a reaction in the other topic wit your suggestions.
You can already import and export from and to Garmin devices.
What a beautiful App!!! Well done. I have a couple of questions/suggestions.
1) I like to copy my maps with the route to my hand-out. What would be nice is to be able to do hide the POI's and WeyPoints for that purpose. Kinda like a check box to hide them.
2) is there a way of printing the route (wey points)?
nice work guys.
We hope our POI inteface, with petrol stations, is ready within 2 weeks.
Awesome work guys!!!!
One thing I noticed is that it would be really neat to be able to use the TomTom "Toolkit" between waypoints.
That's it really... good work again!
1) We can take a look at this, you also can use Winsnap, you can make printscreens of a region
2) Yes, there is, go to 'Save as' and choose for .pdf
Maby a TomTom server failure, I don't know, we keep an eye on it.
Unfortunately that is technically not possible on this moment.
I agree with Mario - great job Michael, well done.
Especially I'd like the filter activities to be country specific.
Reverse route would be useful, as with hiding the 'friends' sidebar to give more map view.
Keep up the project :-)
Good to see that the features are expanding to get towards a TYRE functionality.
Can I add one to the list?
In TYRE you have a work around to allow planning of routes that go through seasonally closed roads such as alpine passes. I can't see how I do that with MyRouteApp. Would it be possible to transfer this feature over?
Thanks for the quick reply Michel.
I wish you and your team all the best.
Yes, we are working on a 'skip function', just like in Tyre.
But it is easier, change the map to TomTom or Here, which take no account of closed mountain passes.