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Goal of merging routes
Sometimes you created or tracked two or more separate routes, but you want to make a complete, large new route from these separate routes. That's what you can do with the "Merge routes"-module in the RoutePlanner. The "Merge routes"-module allows you to select any of your routes and any of the public route on RouteYou and combine them in the RoutePlanner to a new route. The functionality is a part of the MyRouteYou Plus account (or higher). You can always try it for free!
How does it work?
- Start the RoutePlanner via Create/Route.
- (1) Activate the module "Merge routes" via the "More options"-module (left)
- The map area shows the familiar RouteSearch functionality. It allows you to search for any public route on RouteYou and also the private routes you are allowed to see.
- (2) Select any route in the list (right) or on the map by clicking on it. (3) The route is added to your Merge Route-list (left). Repeat this action as many times as needed to select multiple routes.
- (3) The "Merg route"-module (left) allows you to change the order of the individual routes. The end of route 1 will connect with the beginning of route 2,...
- (3) The "Merg route"-module (left) allows you to change the direction of each route.
- (4) Go back to the "Plan your route". You will see that the several routes are merged before your eyes. Save your route and you are done!
Some advanced stuff
Inverting a single route
Although there is a more simple method to invert any routes directly via the RoutePage you can also use this module "Merge routes" to get that result. This is how you can do this:
- Just select that specific route (only one, not a second route).
- In the Merge route list (left) you will see the icon . Click on this to invert the route. You will see that next to the title you get the message (inverted).
- Go to the "Plan your route module"
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