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Thank you for this suggestion.
This is not a priority for the team at the moment and we won’t move forward with it.
We encourage you to keep on coming up with great suggestions
Thanks for your feedback. At this time, this doesn't fit on our roadmap, but we'll keep it in mind for future product planning.
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155 votesAdded to backlog · AdminWaze Team (Admin) (Admin, Waze) responded
Thanks for supporting this suggestion! We've added it to the WME team's backlog, and hope to get to it in the near future. We will follow up here when we have an update, or need more info from the community.
Thank you for submitting this suggestion!
At the moment, when you hover over a place, it shows its complete address. Is this something that solves the original issue you mentioned?
If not, we would love to hear from you on how it can be improved.
Please note we're changing the status of this suggestion to Not right now, since we finalized our plans for 2023 and this idea won't be implemented this year.
We hope to have it included in our plans for later years and will keep you posted.
Thanks for submitting this idea!
We're looking into the suggestion and will update if we have any more questions or a solution to share.
-Waze Communities Team
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2,867 votesOn the roadmap · AdminWaze Team (Admin) (Admin, Waze) responded
What we are aiming to do here is speed based alerters.
An error occurred while saving the commentAnonymous commented
Hi, I'm a volunteer map editor and as you can see, this forum isn't really monitored by us for map issues. That said, I just looked at the address in question and it's been mapped correctly (although creatively) since mid 2017 and it works perfectly fine in my testing in the Waze app. If you had an issue with an ambulance that used Waze, it's possible that their dispatch software is the culprit. We have no control over this, and I'm sorry.
2 or 3 at most within a 500 meter stretch should be sufficient, IMO