Dear Readers, We hope you are all safe and healthy during this challenging period! While majority of us is working or staying at home, we still need to go out and visit some places to buy some food, medicine, or any other things we use every day. Therefore, it is important to stay up to date with the opening hours of a place, type or … Continue reading Places in Map Creator: New Covid-19 related attributes
The Community Editorial team are working on a new communications strategy for our users, to focus on your needs and expectations from your regional HERE Community representatives. Therefore, we would like to ask YOU for your feedback to help us improve the way we communicate with you. If you have 3-5 minutes of your time, please fill in this anonymous survey> HERE Your feedback is … Continue reading What would you like to read about?
Dear Mappers, We hope you are safe and doing fine! It’s time to announce you that our Map Creator Reboot just finished! So from now on you can access normally through the url: http://mapcreator.here.com and find out all the improvements made by our technical team. Some things to consider: User statistics are not yet updated Collections and watchlist are no longer displayed … Continue reading HERE Map Creator Reboot Complete!
Dear Mappers, We hope you are doing fine! In this hard time of COVID-19, the majority of us are now at home and trying to entertain each other. 📣So we are happy to launch the #stayathome challenge! 😊 What it is about? The idea is simple: We ask you kindly to provide edits in Map Creator related to Places/POI’s that you find relevant … Continue reading #stayathome Challenge Has Started!
Dear Readers, Recently it was decided that users of Map Creator should now be able to also correct the geometry of roads of a higher level. As you know, the geometry of those roads was “protected” for a long time, which means that the user was not able to perform any geometry adjustments in the past. The roads with the former protected road status refer … Continue reading Road Protection Status Removed
Dear Mappers, This week we would like to give you a update regarding the Road Closure feature in Map Creator. The Road Closure tool has been extended and you find it now next to the attribute table on the right hand side (and not in the table itself at the bottom anymore). Currently we are informing the users in the Map Creator also by a … Continue reading Road Closure Feature Enhanced
Dear Mappers, We are excited to announce that there is a new feature in Map Creator. This feature is editing building outlines. Activating building outlines In order to add/edit building outlines, it is important to first activate this feature in the menu layer that is in top right corner, and, as always, to zoom in. Then it is possible to see outlines of … Continue reading New feature in Map Creator: Editing Buildings
A few days ago, HERE released the new version of Mobile Map Creator. Currently, the new version is available only for Android devices but soon will be available also for iOS. There are now three main categories for processing: Edit Resolve Collect Edit With the function “Edit” you can make changes to navigation attributes, Places or the house numbers. This function is enabled by default … Continue reading Updated: Mobile Map Creator App
Dear Mappers, In this week’s article we would like to write about the “Your Geospace” feature in Map Creator. “Your Geospace” is an environment that enables you to upload or drag and drop any file and visualize it in Map Creator. These files can be for instance: Your own GPX file from your e.g. walking or biking trip GeoJson files that you found at your … Continue reading Tips & Tricks: Your Geospace
When you detect new streets that exist in reality, but are still missing in the map and want to add them you would normally use the satellite image layer. But if those streets are really new you might face the situation that they are not yet covered in the normal satellite view. In such a situation you can benefit from one (or even both) of … Continue reading Did you know… we have different versions of satellite imagery?