You can find your profile by clicking on 'Profile' in the menu. If MyRoute-app users type your name into the search bar on the left, they will land on your profile. Your profile is like your business card, so make sure that it's set up well. You can add more along the way. The upper block gives you information about yourself and your vehicle. The middle block gives an overview of the tracks you recorded with MyRoute-app mobile and the lower block shows your moments including pictures and description.
1. Finding other people's profiles:
- This can be done very simply by filling in a name in the search bar on the left and then clicking on enter
1. Click on the magnifying glass
2. Type a name in the search bar
3. Click on the desired person
4. Add as a friend
- You can send a friend request on the top right by clicking on '+ Add friend', the person will then receive your friend request on the left in the list of friends and can accept or reject your request.
2. Edit your own profile (About me and About my vehicle):
- Go to 'Profile'
- Click on 'Edit profile' to edit your profile picture;
- Add text to 'My biography' and 'My vehicle biography';
- Next, click on 'Save changes'.
1. Change your profile picture
2. Change the photo of your vehicle
3. Give a description about yourself
4. Give a description about your vehicle
5. View other options for your account
6. Save all changes
3. Tracked using the mobile app:
- Here you can only see your own completed tracklogs that were recorded using MyRoute-app mobile in a map;
- You as well as other 'Profile' visitors can see tracklogs, see moments, open and 'use as route', see 'Manual Activities'.
Click on an icon to open this route or track log
1. View the complete track log or route
2. Close this track log or route
4. Embed library
Gold users can embed their personal library on another page
Click on "Embed"
1. Copy the displayed code to your own website
2. Close the window
5. Moments (below):
1. Click on a moment on the left
2. Load more moments
3. Clicked photo is shown enlarged here
4. Name of the associated track log