Mark segments as "slip lanes" that delay voice instructions
At the moment, ramp segments generally delay voice instructions until you have merged or turned onto the segments at the end of the ramp, such as a freeway or highway.
Australia and some other countries utilise "slip lanes" at some intersections, which is basically a left turn (for countries that drive on the left) that does not use the main intersection.
When a slip lane is mapped on Waze, we usually implement the turn instruction where the driver enters the slip lane, as that is where they need to be told to turn. However, this can mean that Waze gives the next instruction, which may be either nearby or a fair distance away, while the driver is still on the slip lane. At this point the driver may not be able to hear the instruction because they're focusing on watching the traffic so that they can turn, causing them to effectively miss the voice instruction.
If we could mark a segment on the WME as a "slip lane", this could allow Waze to delay the next voice instruction until the driver has turned onto the next road, in the same way Waze already does with ramp segments. I think this would be a great way to ensure that directions are given at a more ideal time for the driver.