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Best map editing practice

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The purpose of this page is to help all map editors design maps that work best for the end-user--the driving public--while minimizing the amount of (re)work you have to do because of common mistakes or subtle limitations of the tools. For those who are an [[Area Manager]], many helpful pages already exist on your responsibilities, including how to use [[Waze Map Editor]], identify and solve [[Map problems]] and [[Update requests]], set standards for [[Road types and names|labeling roads]], and a general [[FAQ]]. These same sources are incredibly useful for newer editors as well and should be reviewed to become familiar with the various elements of Waze map editing before getting too deep with your edits.
Different types of crossings have [[Classification of crossings|standard ways to handle them]].
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