→Dealing with system-detected problems
The following practices and techniques are used around Ohio.
==Dealing with system-detected problems==
Waze is constantly analyzing tracking information generated by users; it compares this information with the existing mapping data. After this comparison, Waze is often able to determine the directions of travel permitted on "unknown" roads or through intersections and will automatically update the maps. In other cases, the analysis shows traffic patterns that conflict with what Waze is expecting but the analysis isn't conclusive enough to effect an automatic change. In these situations Waze generates a problem indication to prompt editor review. In these cases, the editor should '''further analyze the problem'''.
In most cases, no action will be warranted and the error should just be marked "Not identified". In some cases, there may be an improper turn restriction that needs to be corrected. In a very few cases, a necessary road is missing.
Some of the cases where no action is warranted: