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New version of MyDrive web(v2.12.0) released

New version of MyDrive web(v2.12.0) released
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Hello All

We have released an update for the MyDrive web.

What's new:

This version brings a new beta switch setting which enables you to use MyDrive web in beta mode:



You can search for the routes on My Routes and Road Trips (only in beta mode):



New list view in My Routes:



New list view Road Trips:



New tag ‘Cultural’ and daily renamed to ‘Day trip’:



Thank you and drive safe 🙂

Regards
Vikram

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Hi

MyDrive Web Route planner Switched over to Beta works fine...

ATB YFM
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Hello everyone. I'm not against the fact that Tomtom is still looking to improve its PND management software; but I think it would be nice if the Tomtom developer work force was used to give the NAV4 the functions that existed on NAV3 such as smart POI management.
How do I set it to avoid motorways when planning a trip Please?
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Hi @Riverboat2001

See the reply here by Daniel where he explains which options are currently supported on MyDrive web.

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Vikram
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@Riverboat2001

The NAV3 method of asking what kind of route to take, happening on a route by route basis during planning, is NOT available on NAV4/5 (Wi-Fi) devices

On NAV4/5 (Wi-Fi) devices you Plan and Calculate the route
The vast majority of the time I want the 'Fastest route' (Job Done)

If say I want to 'Avoid Motorways'...
After Planning and Calculating the route
I Tap the 4Dot (.... Menu) --> Current Route --> Change route type... Choose Route Type required 'Like' (Avoid Motorways) the device recalculates the route avoiding Motorways

Note... This change only applies to the current route
For the next route, the device will default back to the 'Route Type' you have chosen in the Settings menus i.e... For me the 'Fastest route'

ATB YFM
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Is there any point asking: "What about Mapcodes?"

Unfortunately I notice that Mapcode themselves seem to be in some difficulties as they no longer provide full access to the previous default of Google interactive maps, which means you have to use (ironically) the TomTom interactive map or something else.

Not as useful as the original Google maps.

I just don't understand why TomTom ditched Mapcode support on Mydrive, therebye dumping on their NAV 3 users. Or was that the (commercial) reason? ☹
I can no longer access MyDrive Web using the very latest (updated today):

Crome browser Version 70.0.3538.102 (Official Build) (64-bit)
MacOS High Sierra 10.13.6 fully updated.

I am told to update my browser? This has only happened recently. Please advise?
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CatNip wrote:

Unfortunately I notice that Mapcode themselves seem to be in some difficulties as they no longer provide full access to the previous default of Google interactive maps, which means you have to use (ironically) the TomTom interactive map or something else.


I understand (with some relief) from Mapcode that this problem is due to be fixed.

I have noticed that quite a few websites have been effected by loss of full interconnection with the Goggle Maps APIs.

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