Add sticky notes / comments to waypoints
Each waypoint when you click on it needs to have an area for writing a sticky note. eg. accommodation notes, things yet do do.
thanks a lot for this interesting idea!
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Imran Chaudhry commented
I think this would be a good idea, simply allowing the waypoints to be named would be a good start.
eg. if I want to go past a point of interest, famous memorial or to indicate a shortcut track is nearby. A named waypoint is a clear and easy reminder.
I also would like to have implemented this fetaure, and is something that at the moment block me to buy the full maps.
Would be a real possibility that they will implement this feature like RideWithGps?
This probably may be covered by http://help.komoot.de/forums/213895-ideas/suggestions/20118877--highlight-visible-only-for-a-tour
Very interesting, especially when considering the cycling nodes network in Belgium and Netherlands, would be very helpful to see these nodes appear on the screen during the tour
Simon Judge commented
I think this is the same as my request - which is to be able to edit the Waypoints / cue sheet.
In RideWithGPS this is possible - i.e. you can edit the cue sheet directions and text.
This means that you can save information to display on route - e.g. "Water fountain in this village", or "could go a different route from here" etc etc....
This is a really key request for me - in wanting to plan tours. There are other reasons I would prefer Komoot to RideWithGPS at the moment, but without this might have to use RideWithGPS.
I definitely agree with this suggestion - being able to change the waypoint name would be a very handy feature
It would be good to be able to 'name' the Waypoints, i.e. to change what is displayed in the editor instead of "Waypoint #1' etc.