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RouteXperts

People who have been certified as expert routemakers by MRA, creating routes for every device on every continent.

  • RE: What am I doing wrong with Route Tracking

    @David-Rudgley Did you start the tracking in the MRA Mobile App? Did you see that "tracking" was on?
    Because if you create a new tracklog, without starting it, and then finish the tracklog, you get a straight line. The same happens if you push "pauze" and forget to start again.

    posted in Routes & Tracks
  • RE: What am I doing wrong with Route Tracking

    @David-Rudgley I suspect that your phone can't handle two apps running gps at the same time.

    posted in Routes & Tracks
  • RE: threads are locked? why?

    @Drabslab

    A solution is being worked on.
    And I'm closing this post now ....

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: threads are locked? why?

    @Drabslab Such suggestions of censorship are outrageous and I will now lock the topic 😜 .

    I'm joking of course. There's no direct way to do this right now, but I'll discuss it with Hans and Nick. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: The Great Suggestion List

    Dear Arec,

    First of all: welcome to the forum! Thank you for letting me know you appreciate those posts, it's really nice to get positive feedback in addition to the widely available constructive feedback.

    Kind regards,

    Timo

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: threads are locked? why?

    @Drabslab and @Hans-van-de-Ven-MRA-Master, a gentle reminder to continue your discussions in English on the non-dutch sections of the forum 😸 .

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: threads are locked? why?

    @Drabslab

    Beide zijn door mij afgesloten, aan de antwoorden van de vraagsteller te lezen is het opgelost.

    Zeg maar als je ze open wil hebben om erop te reageren, dan zet ik ze weer open.

    posted in General Discussion
  • RE: General Frustration with MRA

    Hi Greenham, you're clearly upset. That said I also find it rather hard to follow your entire train of thought throughout your argument, but I'll try to distill some of your comments, complaints and thoughts in a respectable and coherent response. If you decide to answer, I expect the same in return.

    Your main point seems to be that MRA Navigation hasn't received enough attention. While that might have been true for a long time, that's no longer the case. Yes, the iOS version of the app suffers from occasional stutters but over the past few weeks we've deployed a major overhaul for the app that significantly improves stability and performance. The entire core of the app that handles Navigation was rewritten. In addition, shaping points, via points and POI's are being implemented as we speak. If you don't believe me: there's a closed beta testing group that's currently testing this version. If you want I could sign you up for it, but note that this will override your main MRA Navigation (stable) version. That's also the reason why our testing group isn't public.

    As for MRA Video, we've said it several times and rehearsed it here as well: especially because people have massively turned out to tell us MRA Navigation and MRA Routeplanner should be our focus, we've shifted the main focus there. We remain committed to further expanding on the social features of MRA Video in the future though. MRA Routeplanner and MRA Navigation are our focus; I believe that this aligns with what you expect us to do.

    Regarding your comment on shaping and via points not being available: perhaps you've not found them yet. You can now turn waypoints into either a shaping or via point that's compatible both with Garmin. As I said, an update for MRA Navigation is in the works.

    Finally a very big accusation is that we're making one million dollars a year for every 100 users. That would be true if they were all members with an annual subscription. I'd like to point out that such accusations are very damaging for our reputation and would only be fair if they'd be based on facts. Note that this is not the case. Over 95% of MRA Routeplanner users is using the free of charge basic membership. In addition: a large portion of the GOLD members are lifetime members like yourself: this means a one-time payment. In addition, the growth we're so happy with is usually seasonal: that's the period where people start riding their bikes or cars. We share this with the community because we find it relevant to let you know that there is growth in the community.

    Overall I'd invite you to share your thoughts with me on what could be communicated better and perhaps some thoughts of your own, as to what you thing is missing right now. We've got an entire Roadmap planned out full of features that were literally voted on by the community.

    posted in General Discussion