We're planning on using it this weekend coming hence my trial.
In that case, features like this, that won't migrate to hardware platforms out of your control, are a nice "power user" feature for users of your app only... I would find it perfectly acceptable that such cool features were only available on your app
I think people inside MRA extensively tested multiple CAT phones. Which one plays nicest with the Nav App? I am not planning on using such a thing on a daily basis, but as a dedicated GPS device it would work well. Can something be said to the minimum specs for MRA Nav? And what are your thoughts (or MRA dvelopers thoughts) on the head-unit I linked to in the OP?
@Con-Hennekens said in Feature suggestion - realtime collaborative editing:
In the meantime @Dan-Howell could probably use a tool like TeamViewer, to share and collaborate the entire desktop for this purpose. I think however that it is extremely difficult to "keep out of eachothers way" (quite literally ) while editing a route simultaneously...
That's certainly a fall-back option I suppose, yes. Not as slick but it could work :). Even just allowing multiple people to edit a route (even if it's not simultaneously, one person locks and the others can only view) would be a step in the right direction....
@Roger-l In the navigating app, from the first screen, choose Route Planning. Select the route that you would like to reverse. With that route open, select the drop down tool kit and choose reverse. Check your route before using it for route points that may now be on the wrong side of a dual lane or one way street. This is all easier to do on a PC or mac or even an iPad as the screens are that much bigger. The reversed route will be on your phone via the cloud if you use the PC to edit a route.
I use an iPhone X on my motorcycle, and it's a Harley, so a lot of trilling
However the Nav app works fine and my phone is docked in an active Brodit holder and because the holder is behind my screen it won't be wet at all, unless it's raining very hard, but never had any issues with it.
@Callewaert-Francky I wasn't really planning on building anything, more like a nicely styled smart spreadsheet on Google Docs somewhere .
As for sharing information about the future of MRA on this board: we're really not concerned about competitors. As someone else on the New Users' corner pointed out, MRA is now a platform that is more than the routeplanner sitting at it's core (although we'll never forget what we are when you'd strip us down entirely). In fact, we decided that this level of openness and transperancy would actually be rather refreshing and over time create a bond with our community and audience that no other company can hope to match.
Perhaps we're wide-eyed idiots for believing that, but as time comes we'll see. For now, I'm just intensely happy with the level of engagement we're already seeing here with the community and the amount of energy everyone is getting from that.