Editing waypoints

To edit a waypoint you have to press the ‘Edit’ button on the bottom of the waypoint details screen. If you press this button an edit pop-up will appear like in the figure below:

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Figure 1. A pop-up with four possibilities to modify a waypoint.

The pop-up shows four possibilities to modify the waypoint.

  • Edit text: Allows you to edit the title and description of a waypoint.
  • Edit photos: Allows you to edit the photos of a waypoint.
  • Edit coordinate: Allows you to edit the coordinates of a waypoint.
  • Move on map: Allows you to move the waypoint on the map.

Editing title and description

By pressing ‘Edit text’ in the edit pop-up you can modify the title and the description of the waypoint. An example is shown below:

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Figure 2. Modifying the description of the waypoint ‘Stonehenge’.

To save the changes you have to press ‘Save’ on the top right of the screen. You return to the waypoints details screen as you can see below:

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Figure 3. The description of the waypoint ‘Stonehenge’ has been modified.

Editing photos

It is possible to add photos to waypoint and to remove waypoints from the waypoint.

If you press ‘Edit photos’ in the edit pop-up the following photo’s screen will appear.

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Figure 4. The photos screen if no photos are added to the waypoint.

In the bottom of the photos screen you can find three buttons:

  • Map icon: Allows you to import photos from your library to the waypoint.
  • Camera icon: Allows you to take photos and add them to your waypoint.
  • Trash icon: Allows you to remove a photo from a waypoint.

As an example we now will add a photo of ’Stonehenge’ to from our photo library by pressing the map icon. An example of the screen that appears is displayed below:

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Figure 5. The photo library

In the photo library you can choose a photo. By pressing the photo it will be imported and added to the photos screen as you can see below:

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Figure 6. A photo of Stonehenge is added to the photos screen.

If you like you can add more photos from the library or using the camera.

If you want to confirm the changes to the photos you have to press ‘Done’ on the top right of the photos screen. Then changes then will be saved and the photo’s will be added to the waypoint.

You can view the added photos in the waypoint details screen as is illustrated in the figure below:

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Figure 7. A photo of Stonehenge can be viewed in the waypoint details screen.

Editing coordinates

By pressing ‘Edit coordinate’ in the edit pop-up the same screen appears when entering coordinates. An example of editing the coordinates of the waypoint ‘Stonehenge’ is shown below:

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Figure 8. Editing the coordinates of the waypoint Stonehenge.

If you press ‘Save’ on the top right the waypoint will be displaced to the entered coordinates.

Moving on map

By pressing move on map in the edit pop-up you can modify the location of the waypoint on a map.

In the example of the waypoint ‘Stonehenge’ the following screen will appear.

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Figure 9. The screen in which you can move a waypoint.

If you press long on the waypoint you can drag the waypoint to a new location, as is illustrated in the figure below:

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Figure 10. The waypoint Stonehenge has been moved temporarily.

To save the new location of the waypoint you have to press ‘Save’ in the top right of the screen. Otherwise press ‘Cancel’.