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{{Glossary_item|term=AASHTO|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials|American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-09|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Abbreviations|Acronyms|Big List|anchor1=The Big TTS Test List|desc=List of Abbreviations used in Waze.<br><br>See the [[Abbreviations and acronyms]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [http://goo.gl/jmhW00 Text-to-Speech (TTS) Abbreviations in Waze Clients - Test List for North America "The Big List")] External page<br>Also see the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=15178 Test of Text-to-Speech (TTS) Abbreviations in Waze Clients] Waze forum|added=2015-02-23}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Acronyms|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Abbreviations|Abbreviations]] Glossary Term|added=2015-02-23|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Advertisers Dashboard|anchor1=Waze Advertisers Dashboard|desc=See the [http://biz.waze.com biz.waze.com] Waze Site|added=2015-02-26}}
{{Glossary_item|term=AGC|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#At-Grade Connectors|At-Grade Connectors]] Glossary Term|added=2014-10-12|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Alternate Fuel Vehicle|AFV|desc=See the [[wikipedia:Alternative_fuel_vehicle|Alternate Fuel Vehicle]] Wikipedia article|added=2015-04-20}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Alternative Interchanges|desc=Many intersection and interchange styles exist with various names depending location. (aliasAdditional Waze links to be added later.)|desc=<br><br>See the [http://www.alternativeintersections.org/ Alternative Intersections] External page<br>Also see the [[#Alternative Intersections|Alternative Intersections]] Glossary Term|related1=Alternative Intersections|jump2=Alternative Intersections|added=2016-01-28|noanchor=yes}}{{Glossary_item|term=Alternative Intersections|Alternative Interchanges|desc=Many intersection and interchange styles exist with various names depending location. (Additional Waze links to be added later.)<br><br>See the [http://www.alternativeintersections.org/ Alternative Intersections] External page<br>Also see the [[#Alternative Interchanges|Alternative Interchanges]] Glossary Term|related1=Alternative Interchanges|related2=Loon|jump2=Alternative Interchanges|added=2015-04-01}}
{{Glossary_item|term=AM|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Area Manager|Area Manager]] Glossary Term|added=2016-01-14|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials|AASHTO|desc=American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials<br><br>See the [http://www.transportation.org/ AASHTO] External page|added=2015-04-09}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Badges|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-02-23}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Banks of Servers|Server|desc=One of the three separate sets of servers (infrastructure) containing Waze mapping and navigation systems. The three are "IL " for "Israel", "USA " for the "United States of America " (which also includes Canada), and the "ROW " for the "Rest of the World", or simply "World".<br><br>See the [[Banks of Servers]] Wiki Page|related1=Israel Server|related2=Rest of World Server|related3=USA Server|updated=2015-06-29|added=2015-04-20}}{{Glossary_item|term=BBCode|desc=BBCode is a special implementation of HTML to enhance forum posts. In addition to the standard BBCodes as described in the guide linked below, Waze has added custom BBCodes, including: Table, Hide, and YouTube. Usage The use of the Hide and YouTube codes are obvious when applied from the forum foum posting toolbar. The Table code however requires additional explanation.
Table code tags:
[table] starts a table with borders
[tr] starts a row
[td] opens open a cell (table data)[/td] closes a cell (table data)
[/tr] closes a row
[/table] closes the table
Table BBCode limitations: - No other table tags or tag attributes are available. Nested tables are not permitted. - Athough New Lines , and new lines are redered correctly within cells, as all other New Lines new lines within the Table table tags will merely appear above the table. - No other Table tags or tag attributes are available as of the date indicated for this Glossary Term. Hoving over an icon in the forum post editing toolbar will give a very short usage help for many of the BBCode, while the link below gives a more indepth explanation of the standard codes. (The Waxe added BBCodes of Hide, Table and YouTube are not included.)<br><br>See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/faq.php?mode=bbcode Forum FAQ BBCode Guide] Waze forum|related1=Community Forum|updated=2016-02-15|added=2015-02-25}}
{{Glossary_item|term=BC|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Best Continuation|Best Continuation]] Glossary Term|added=2014-09-14|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=BDP|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Big Detour Prevention|Big Detour Prevention]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Best Continuation|BC|anchor1=BC - Best Continuation|desc=The segment that Waze determines is what drivers would consider the "no turning path " or "going straight " through the intersection. This segment will get a 'continue' instruction, which is ignored by the client app.<br><br>See the [[Best continuation]] Wiki Page|added=2014-09-14}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Best Map Editing Practice|Best Practices|desc=See the [[Best map editing practice]] Wiki Page|updated=2015-03-02|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Best Practices|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Best Map Editing Practice|Best Map Editing Practice]] Glossary Term|added=2015-03-02|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Bot|desc=As used with Waze, it is an automated robot program that functions as user in various systems. (For the WazeBot and WazeBotRo, see the Feed The Waze link below.)<br><br>Also see the [[#Wazebot|Wazebot]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Feed The Waze|Feed The Waze]] Glossary Term|related1=Wazebot|jump1=Wazebot|jump2=Feed The Waze|added=2016-01-05}}
{{Glossary_item|term=BOTG|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Boots on the Ground|Boots on the Ground]] Glossary Term|added=2016-01-27|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=BugZilla|desc=A third party "Defect Tracking System " or "Bug-Tracking System " '''previously used''' by Waze. Use of Bugzilla by Waze has been discontiued.<br><br>The [[Bugzilla|''archived'' previous usage of Bugzilla]] Wiki Page|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Bulb|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Loon|Loon]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-01|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Bulb-out|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Loon|Loon]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-01|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Camera Watch List|CWL|desc=Term used within the URO+ script extension.|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Candies|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Bonus points and road goodies|Bonus points and road goodies]] Glossary Term|added=2013-05-11|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=CAR|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Community Action RequestsRequest|Community Action RequestsRequest]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Car Pool Lane|Express Lane|HOV Lane|Transit Lane|anchor1=Carpool, carpool lane|anchor2=Express lane|anchor3=Transit lane|desc=A lane restricted to use exclusively by vehicles carrying the minimum number of paasengers to meet the local HOV regulation.<br><br>See the [[Carpool, HOV, Transit lanes]] Wiki Page|related1=High Occupancy Toll|related2=High Occupancy Vehicle|added=2013-03-12}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Carriageway|desc=British UK English term for Highway.<br><br>Also see the [[#Dual Carriageway|Dual Carriageway]] Glossary Term|jump1=Dual Carriageway|updated=2016-02-02|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Cartouche|desc=Name of Waze map editor system prior to the Waze Map Editor.<br><br>See the [[#Waze Map Editor|Waze Map Editor]] Glossary Term|related1=Descartes|jump1=Waze Map Editor|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=CAV|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Clean Air Vehicle|Clean Air Vehicle]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-20|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Census Designated Place|CDP|desc=A United States Census Bureau term for a concentration of population that lack a separate municipal government, but otherwise resemble incorporated places. It is sometimes added to a city name with that classification if there are multiple cities in the same state with that name.<br><br>See the [[wikipedia:CDP|CDP]] Wikipedia article|added=2013-09-10}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Center Code|[[#CC|CC]]|desc=Third party Beta Test Management Solutions used by Waze<br><br>See the [http://waze.centercode.com/signup/ Waze CenterCode.com] External page<br>Also see the [[#Beta Testers|Beta Testers]] Glossary Term|jump2=Beta Testers|added=2015-01-30|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Central Reservation|(alias)|anchor1=Central reservation|desc=British English term In Waze, such roads may be represented a single 2-way road or by parallel roads, one for Median Stripeach direction.<br><br>See the [[#Median Strip|Median Strip]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-02-01|added=2010-10-11|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=CFI|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Continuous Flow Intersection|Continuous Flow Intersection]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=CH|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#WME Color Highlighter|WME Color Highlighter]] Glossary Term|added=2013-06-03|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Codes|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Search Codes|Search Codes]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Community Action Request|CAR|desc=A system used by Waze volunteer leaders to manage ranks and permissions of Wazers.|related1=User Level Monitor|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Community Forum|Forum|Waze Forum|Waze Community Forum|anchor1desc=phpBB{{HighlightBar|desc=The Waze Community Forum is Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Group''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br><br>See the [http://wwwdocs.wazegoogle.com/forumforms/ Community Forum] Waze forum<br>Also see the [[#BBCode|BBCode]] Glossary Term|related1=phpBB ®|jump2=BBCode|updated=2016d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-02jZe-15acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Community Manager|[[#CM|CM]]|desc=A Waze employee assigned as a liason between Waze staff and the leadership of a local editing community. Usually assigned to an entire country or region of countries.<br><br>See the [[#Community Roles|Community Roles]] Glossary Term|jump1=Community Roles|added=2015-01-30|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Community Roles|desc=Roles, Champ, CM, GC, LC, RC, SM<br><br>See the [[Roles and responsibilities]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[#Roles|Roles]] Glossary Term|related1=Champ|related2=Community Manager|related3=Coordinator|related4=Global Champ|related5=Local Champ|related6=Mentor|related7=Regional Coordinator|related8=State Manager|jump2=Roles|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Country Manager|[[#CM|CM]]|desc=An assigned role to help manage and maintain the map of an entire country.<br><br>See the [[Roles and responsibilities#Country_Manager|Country Manager]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[#Editing Roles|Editing Roles]] Glossary Term|jump2=Editing Roles|updated=2015-02-14|added=2014-12-07|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Crossroads|(alias)|desc=A code name used by Waze developers.<br><br>See the [[#Junction Box|Junction Box]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-29|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Crowdsource|anchor1=Crowd Source|anchor2=Crowdsourcing|desc="Waze is the world's largest community-based traffic and navigation app. " - Waze<br><br>See the [[wikipedia:Crowdsourcing|Crowdsourcing]] Wikipedia article|updated=2016-01-05|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Cul-de-sac|anchor1=culdesac|desc=A Cul-de-sac (a.k.a. Court in the US) is a common treatment of a dead end street in a residential neighborhood.<br><br>See the [[Junction_Style_Guide#Cul-de-sacs]] Wiki Page|related1=Dead End Loops|updated=2016-01-04|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Curve Point|(alias)|desc=As used in the Waze Map Editor Guide Full Clip Video. Term not commonly used otherwise.<br><br>See the [[#Geometry Node|Geometry Node]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVksbb1Z4SQ Waze Map Editor Guide Full Clip Video] External page|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
(This term may later be combined with "Ending Point".)<br><br>See the [[#Ending Point|Ending Point]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Origin|Origin]] Glossary Term|jump1=Ending Point|jump2=Origin|added=2015-04-01}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Detour Prevention Mechanism|desc=See the [[Detour Prevention Mechanisms]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[#Big Detour Prevention|Big Detour Prevention]] Glossary Term|jump2=Big Detour Prevention|updated=2015-10-08|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Directionality|desc=The direction a segment will allow routing traffic across it as One-way, Two-way, or Unknown. For one-way segments, you must specify if runs from the "A " node to the "B " node, or vice-a-versa.<br><br>See the [[Creating and editing road segments#Set_Road_Type.2C_Direction.2C_and_Elevation|Creating and editing road segments]] Wiki Page|updated=2015-10-10|added=2010-09-16}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Dirt Road|DR|desc={{Dirt Road / 4X4 Trail}} is a road type in Waze, typically used to represent any dirt roads. The Road Types entry lists all the road types in order.<br>{{RoadType|Dirt Road / 4X4 Trail}}<br><br>See the [[#Road Types|Road Types]] Glossary Term|jump2=Road Types|updated=2015-02-15|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Disambiguation|DAB|desc=Identifying which meaning of a word is desired. When on a disambiguation page, select the meaning closest to what is intended.|updated=2015-10-10|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Double Crossover Merging Interchange|DCMI|anchor1=Double crossover merging interchange|anchor2=Double-Crossover Merging Interchange|anchor3=Double-crossover merging interchange|desc=A free-flowing interchange design which includes elements from the diverging diamond interchange and the standard diamond interchange.<br><br>See the [[wikipedia:Diverging_diamond_interchange#Double_crossover_merging_interchange|DCMI]] Wikipedia article<br>See the [http://patft.uspto.gov/netacgi/nph-Parser?Sect1=PTO1&Sect2=HITOFF&d=PALL&p=1&u=%2Fnetahtml%2FPTO%2Fsrchnum.htm&r=1&f=G&l=50&s1=8950970.PN.&OS=PN/8950970&RS=PN/8950970 DCMI patent application] External page<br>Also see the [[#Diverging Diamond Interchange|Diverging Diamond Interchange]] Glossary Term|jump3=Diverging Diamond Interchange|updated=2016-01-05|added=2015-08-26}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Down-Lock|anchor1=downlock|anchor2=down lock|desc=Term used to descibe the process of adjusting the Segment Lock level in WME down to match the regional standards, or the Rank of an editor to allow them to edit the segment(s).<br><br>See the [[#Segment Lock|Segment Lock]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Up-Lock|Up-Lock]] Glossary Term|jump1=Segment Lock|jump2=Up-Lock|added=2015-02-25}}
{{Glossary_item|term=DR|(abbr.)|desc="Dr " is also used as an abbreviaion for "Drive " and "Dr. " for "Doctor " in segment naming.<br><br>See the [[#Dirt Road|Dirt Road]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Drive|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Google Drive|Google Drive]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Drives|Drives]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-01-14|added=2015-02-23|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Driven Area|desc=See the [[Waze_Map_Editor#Editable_Area|Editable Area]] Wiki Page|related1=Drives|related2=Editable Area|updated=2015-10-09|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=HO|(abbr.)|desc=Less desirable abbreviation for Google Hangouts.<br><br>See the [[#Google Hangouts|Google Hangouts]] Glossary Term|updated=2015-02-26|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=HoF|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Hall of Fame|Hall of Fame]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-17|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=HoGs|(abbr.)|desc=Humorous abbreviaion occasionally used for "Hangout Groups".<br><br>See the [[#Google Hangouts|Google Hangouts]] Glossary Term|updated=2015-02-26|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=HOT|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#High Occupancy Toll|High Occupancy Toll]] Glossary Term|added=2014-08-11|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=HOT Lane|(alias)|desc=See the [[#High Occupancy Toll|High Occupancy Toll]] Glossary Term|added=2014-08-11|noanchor=yes}}
(This term is only included in glossary to compare with "IL" for Israel.)<br><br>Also see the [[#Israel Server|Israel Server]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#United States Postal Service|United States Postal Service]] Glossary Term|jump1=Israel Server|jump2=United States Postal Service|added=2015-02-21|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=IM|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Informal Mentoring|Informal Mentoring]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Indentifer|ID|anchor1=ID|anchor2=id|anchor3=ID:|desc="ID: " is used within Permalinks to identify various objects within WME with a number including, Cameras (unknown), Nodes (nodes=), Places (venues=), PURs (unknown), Segments (segments=), URs (mapUdateRequest=) Some ids are also visible in the left WME panel.<br><br>See the [[#Permalink|Permalink]] Glossary Term|jump1=Permalink|added=2015-02-25}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Informal Mentoring|IM|desc=The process of helping editors advance their knowledge and skills as questions or issues arise, without any preexisting arrangement or expectations. This can be performed by anyone.|related1=Mentoring|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Inter-geometry node|desc=[[Image:Segment_intergeometry_node.png|left]][[Image:Landmark_intergeometry_node.png|left]]A "grab handle" that allows you to create a new geometry node. When you drag an inter-geometry node, it bends the segment at that point; when you release it, the inter-geometry node will become a new geometry node.
{{Glossary_item|term=Island|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Median Strip|Median Strip]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-02-01|added=2015-02-27|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=ISO-8601|ISO-8601|desc=See the [[wikipedia:ISO_8601|ISO-8601]] Wikipedia article<br>Also see the [http://www.waze.com/forum/ucp.php?i=165 Time preference profile settings for forum] Waze forum<br>Also see the [[Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-datetime|Time preference profile settings for Wiki]] Wiki Page|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Israel Server|[[#IL|IL]]|anchor1=il|anchor2=Israel Waze Server|desc=The server named "IL " (the ISO code) for Israel is one of the three separate Bank of Servers (infrastructure) containing Waze mapping and navigation systems.<br><br>See the [[#Banks of Servers|Banks of Servers]] Glossary Term|related1=Illinois USPS code|jump1=Banks of Servers|added=2014-05-17|noanchor1=yes}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=LAM|(abbr.)|desc=Laege Area Manager<br><br>See the [[#Large Area Manager|Large Area Manager]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-01-28|added=2016-01-05|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Landmark|(alias)|desc=The previously used term "Landmarks " has been deprecated in favor of the term "Places".<br><br>See the [[#Places|Places]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Large Area Manager|LAM|desc=An inititive started in Ohio, followewd by Wisonsin, and is now becoming a Great Lakes Region-wide program.<br><br>See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=943&t=172955 Large Area Manager] Waze forum|updated=2016-01-06|added=2016-01-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=LC|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Local Champ|Local Champ]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Major Events|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Major Traffic Events|Major Traffic Events]] Glossary Term|added=2015-03-16|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Major Highway|[[#MH|MH]]|anchor1=MH - Major Highway|desc={{Major Highway}} is one of three highway types used in Waze. The Road Types entry lists all the road types in order.<br>{{RoadType|Major Highway}}<br>Note that when abbreviated to MH, the "M " must be capitalized to differentiate from "mH - Minor Highway".<br><br>See the [[#Road Types|Road Types]] Glossary Term|jump1=Road Types|added=2014-08-11|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Major Traffic Events|MTE|Major Events|anchor1=Mega Events|desc=See the [[Real time closures#Major traffic events|Major Traffic Events]] Wiki Page|added=2015-03-16}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Managed Area|desc=See the [[Area_Manager]] Wiki Page|related1=Editable Area|updated=2016-01-04|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Mentor|desc=An experienced and knowledgeable editor, assigned the role to teach others, and help them become better editors.<br><br>See the [[Mentoring/Formal#Become_a_Mentor_or_Mentee|Becoming a Mentor]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[#Formal Mentoring|Formal Mentoring]] Glossary Term<br>See the [[#Community Roles|Community Roles]] Glossary Term|jump2=Formal Mentoring|jump3=Community Roles|added=2015-02-20}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Mentoring|desc=Experienced editors passing on their knowledge and skills to others. There are different categories of mentoring.<br><br>See the [[Mentoring]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[#Formal Mentoring|Formal Mentoring]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Informal Mentoring|Informal Mentoring]] Glossary Term|jump2=Formal Mentoring|jump3=Informal Mentoring|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Mentoring Manager|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Waze Mentoring Manager|Waze Mentoring Manager]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-02-14|added=2016-01-28|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=MH|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Major Highway|Major Highway]] Glossary Term|added=2014-08-11}}
{{Glossary_item|term=mH|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Minor Highway|Minor Highway]] Glossary Term|added=2014-08-11}}
For example, if the angle at which a local road meets a highway is 20 degrees, Waze will instruct a user turning off the highway to "EXIT RIGHT" (assuming right hand drive countries). If we consider this a 'turnoff' ''(at grade junction)'', and not an 'exit', we will want to force Waze to treat it as a 'turn'. By making a tiny crook (the micro-dogleg) at the very start of the local segment, we can have the final piece of the segment meet the highway at 90 degrees, and cause a turn instruction.<br><br>See the [[Junction Style Guide]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[How Waze determines turn / keep / exit maneuvers]] Wiki Page|related1=Dogleg|updated=2015-10-09|added=2015-01-12}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Minimum Bounding Box|desc=The AMGR tool used by Regional Coordinators reduces irregular multipoint polygons as used for Area Managers, and State Managers to a four point rectangle aligned along longitude and latitude lines using a minimum bounding box formula.<br><br>Also see the [[#Waze AM Layers|Waze AM Layers]] Glossary Term|jump1=Waze AM Layers|updated=2015-04-20|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Minor Highway|[[#mH|mH]]|anchor1=mH - Minor Highway|desc={{Minor Highway}} is one of three highway types used in Waze. The Road Types entry lists all the road types in order.<br>{{RoadType|Minor Highway}}<br>Note that when abbreviated to mH, the "m " must '''not''' be capitalized to differentiate from "MH - Major Highway".<br><br>See the [[#Road Types|Road Types]] Glossary Term|jump1=Road Types|added=2014-08-11|noanchor1=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=MLT|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Michigan Left Turn|Michigan Left Turn]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-01|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=MMR|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Mega MapRaid|Mega MapRaid]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-01|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=NFC|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#National Functional Class|National Functional Class]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=NI |(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Not Identified|Not Identified]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=No-Name Segment|anchor1=No Name Segment|desc=A segment with no name (the "none " check-box for street name is checked) <br><br>See the [[Interactive junction instruction algorithm]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[User:PesachZ/Road name inheritance|Road name inheritance]] Wiki Page|added=2015-04-01}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Node|anchor1=Nodes|desc=There are five different types of nodes:
{{Glossary_item|term=North America|NA|anchor1=NA - North America|desc=Commonly used to refer to Waze server serving North America<br><br>See the [[#USA Server|USA Server]] Glossary Term|jump1=USA Server|added=2012-10-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Not Identified|NI|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Nuance ®|anchor1=Nuance|desc=Third party Text to Speech voice products used by Waze. In the USA and other countries the use of Nuance ® voices has been deprecated depreciated in favor of Google TTS voices.<br><br>See the [[#Voices|Voices]] Glossary Term|related1=Vocalizer ®|jump1=Voices|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Nuggets|anchor1=Nugget|desc=Global wiki pages are broken down into smaller individual pieces. We refer to these smaller pieces of knowledge as nuggets.
<br><br>See the [[waze:Wazeopedia#Nuggets|Nuggets]] Wiki Page|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-10-07}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Origin|desc=Starting point for a driving route, with the destination being the ending point.
(This term may later be combined with "Starting Point".)
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{{Glossary_item|term=Original Post|OP|anchor1=Orginal Poster|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|updated=2016-02-14|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Overlapping|desc=See the [[Map_Editing_Quick-start_Guide#Overlapping_road_junction|Overlapping road junction]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[Interactive junction instruction algorithm#Definitions|Interactive junction instruction algorithm, Overlapping segments]] Wiki Page|updated=2015-10-10|added=2015-04-01}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Pacman Roads|anchor1=Pacman roads|desc=Unconfirmed roads marked with dots (cookies) that have not been driven upon since being created or significantly edited in the Waze Map Editor. Driving over these roads earns you points and turns your car icon into a Pacman-type character that "munches the dots".<br><br>See the [[Your_Rank_and_Points#How_are_points_calculated.3F|Points]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[#Cookie Munching|Cookie Munching]] Glossary Term|jump2=Cookie Munching|added=2010-09-24}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Papyrus|desc=Old working name for the Waze Map Editor.<br><br>See the [[#Waze Map Editor|Waze Map Editor]] Glossary Term|jump1=Waze Map Editor|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Parking Lot Road|PLR|anchor1=PLR - Parking Lot Road|desc={{Parking Lot Road}} is a road type used in Waze for the internal roads of parking lots and driveways. Not all internal parking lot roads, and driveways are supposed to be on the map. Not to be confused with the Area Place called Parking Lot.<br>{{RoadType|Parking Lot Road}}<br><br>See the [[#Road Types|Road Types]] Glossary Term|jump2=Road Types|updated=2015-02-15|added=2013-06-03}}
Note that you should not copy the URL from the browser address bar as a Permalink, as it does not change as you work on the screen. The Permalink icon always has the current Permalink. You can also click the Permalink icon to completely reload your current window without changing the view.<br><br>See the [[Permalink]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[wikipedia:Permalink|Permalink definition]] Wikipedia article|related1=Indentifer|related2=Super Permalink|added=2014-08-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=phpBB ®|anchor1=phpbb|anchor2=phpBB|desc=See the [[#Community Waze Forum|Community Waze Forum]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[http://www.phpbb.com/|phpBB software site]] Wiki Page|jump1=Community Waze Forum|updated=2016-02-15|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=PL|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Permalink|Permalink]] Glossary Term|added=2016-01-14|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Place Update|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Place Update Request|Place Update Request]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Point of Interest|POI|desc=A specific location of interest, usually with accompanying details. Used by many GPS and mapping softwares for indentifying businesses, etc. on the map.<br>
Waze uses the "Places" for it's implementation of "Points of Interest" in it's maps.<br><br>See the [[#Places|Places]] Glossary Term|jump1=Places|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Points|anchor1=Point|desc="Points " as used with rank and edits. (not the same as "Point " as used in Area Point)<br><br>See the [[#Rank|Rank]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Places|Places]] Glossary Term|related1=Point|jump1=Rank|jump2=Places|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Pothole|anchor1=Kettle|anchor2=Chuckhole|desc=Also called a kettle or chuckhole, is a type of disruption in the surface of a roadway where a portion of the road material has broken away, leaving a hole. The Waze client allows users to report this.<br><br>See the [http://support.google.com/waze/answer/6080884 Create a report] Waze Help Center article|added=2012-07-21}}
{{Glossary_item|term=PR|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Private Road|Private Road]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=RER|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Regional Expert Reviewer|Regional Expert Reviewer]] Glossary Term|added=2015-04-17|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Residential Point Place|RPP|anchor1=rpp|desc=Residential point places are a way to map addresses that don't fit the house number mold.<br><br>See the [[Places#What_is_the_Residential_setting.3F_Private_and_public_places|Residential and Private Places]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [[#Places|Places]] Glossary Term|jump2=Places|added=2016-01-27}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Rest of World|(alias)|desc=Waze term to define parts of the world that are not Canada, Israel, or U.S.A. Also used to define the "Rest of the World " Waze server.<br><br>See the [[#Rest of World Server|Rest of World Server]] Glossary Term|related1=International |updated=2015-04-20|added=2014-05-17|noanchor=yes}}{{Glossary_item|term=Rest of World Server|Rest of World|ROTW|World|ROW|anchor1=row|desc=The server named "ROW " for the "Rest of the World", is one of the three separate Bank of Servers (infrastructure) containing Waze mapping and navigation systems.<br><br>See the [[#Banks of Servers|Banks of Servers]] Glossary Term|jump1=Banks of Servers|added=2015-04-20}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Restricted Crossing U-Turn Intersection|RCUT|desc=See the [http://www.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/research/safety/09059/ Restricted Crossing U-Turn Intersection - FHWA] External page|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-04-01}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Sandbox|desc=An area used for testing. For Waze map editing, it is an area used primarily by senior editors to evaluate the various results of map edits.<br><br>See the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandbox_(software_development)]] Wikipedia article|added=2016-02-02}}
{{Glossary_item|term=SB|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Scoreboard|Scoreboard]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Scoreboard|SB|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Seg|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Segment|Segment]] Glossary Term|added=2015-02-25|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Segment|Seg|desc=The basic element of a road or path in WME, a segment is a piece of a road or path. Many segments are connected by junctions to form the roads and make up the map.<br><br>See the [[Map Editing Quick-start Guide#Create a Road|Create a Road]] Wiki Page|updated=2015-04-19|added=2012-02-07}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Segment Length|desc=See the [[Segment_length|Segment Length]] Wiki Page|added=2016-02-14}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Segment Lock|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|related1=Lock|related2=Down-Lock|related3=Up-Lock|added=2015-02-25}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Selected Roundabout Segments|SRS|desc=Selected Roundabout Segments; browser extension for WME|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=SimSeg|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Simple Segments|Simple Segments]] Glossary Term|added=2016-01-14|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Single Point Urban Interchange|SPUI|desc=A highway interchange designed to move large volumes of traffic through limited amounts of space safely and efficiently.<br><br>See the [[Junction_Style_Guide/Interchanges#Single-point_urban_interchange_.28SPUI.29|Single-point urban interchange]] Wiki Page<br>See the [[wikipedia:Single-point_urban_interchange|Single-point urban interchange]] Wikipedia article|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=SL|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Speed Limit|Speed Limit]] Glossary Term|added=2016-02-13|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Slack|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-02-21}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Sliproad|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Ramp|Ramp]] Glossary Term|added=2010-09-15|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Solid White Line|SWL|desc=A form of painted lane markings, commonly abbreviated in Waze communications.|added=2016-01-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Soon|anchor1=Coming Soon|desc=A word banned by Waze.|added=2016-01-05}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Speed Limit|SL|anchor1=Speed Limits|desc=Speed Limit - a new Waze feature which will alert Wazers to the speed limits on roads as they drive. They are added or verified by map editors in WME.
 
Speed Limits will become available in each country as soon as enough are verified in the country.
 
Additional links will be added in the future as Speed Limit Wiki pages are developed. Meanwhile consult your Local Wiki or Champs for guidance on correct speed limit entry in your area.
<br><br>See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1464&t=177543 Wiki discussion] Waze forum|added=2016-02-13}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Split|Split road|desc=Split has been used to refer to several very different things, and this has been a source of confusion in the Waze editing community. '''{{red|{{U|Its use has therefore been deprecated}}}}''', and more descriptive terms have been chosen.
{{Glossary_item|term=TBTR|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#Time Based Turn Restriction|Time Based Turn Restriction]] Glossary Term|added=2013-11-04|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Teams|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Text to Speech|TTS|anchor1=TTS - Text-to-speech|desc=Navigation instructions spoken to the driver by the Waze application that includes street names. Some of the Waze "voices " used for navigation support TTS, while others can only speak directions, and cannot speak street names due to their lack of TTS.<br><br>Also see the [[#Voice|Voice]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Voice Commands|Voice Commands]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFCB9WUi7Zw Kevin Hart recording voices for Waze.] External page|related1=Voice|jump1=Voice|jump2=Voice Commands|updated=2015-06-01|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Throttling|desc=A specific method of Map Protection.<br><br>See the [[#Map Protection|Map Protection]] Glossary Term|jump1=Map Protection|added=2015-02-09}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Tile|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2012-02-08}}
While the server is named "USA", it '''also includes Canada'''.<br><br>See the [[#Banks of Servers|Banks of Servers]] Glossary Term|related1=North America|jump1=Banks of Servers|added=2015-04-20}}
{{Glossary_item|term=User Level Monitor|ULM|desc=Deprecated term. Waze has replaced this is with the Community Action Request.<br><br>See the [[#Community Action Request|Community Action Request]] Glossary Term|jump1=Community Action Request|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=User Page profile|anchor1=User Profile|desc=This is the Wazeopedia User Page profile used within Waze MediaWiki system.
{{Glossary_item|term=Validator|(alias)|desc=See the [[#WME Validator|WME Validator]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Venue|(alias)|desc=Internal term used within the WME code to identify Places.<br><br>See the [[#Places|Places]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Vocalizer ®|desc=A tool used by Waze to control Nuance ® voices. In the USA and other countries the use of Nuance ® voices has been deprecated depreciated in favor of Google voices.<br><br>See the [[#Nuance ®|Nuance ®]] Glossary Term|jump1=Nuance ®|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-04-01}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Voice|desc=Various male and female voices are available based on location, in a number of languages to provider spoken navigation instuctions.
{{Glossary_item|term=WAS|(abbr.)|desc=See the [[#WME Aerial Shifter|WME Aerial Shifter]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Wayfinder|WF|Pathfinder|anchor1=Way Finder|anchor2=Path Finder|desc=See the [[Wayfinder]] Wiki Page|added=2012-08-17}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze|FreeMap|anchor1=Free Map|anchor2=Freemap-waze|desc=Just in case you are totally lost in more "Waze " than one! (GizmoGuy411 humor)<br><br>See the [[wikipedia:Waze|Waze]] Wikipedia article<br>Also see the [http://www.openhub.net/p/Freemap-waze The Freemap-waze Open Source Project on Open HUB] External page|added=2016-01-05}}{{Glossary_item|term=Waze AM Layers|AMGR|anchor1=AMGR - Waze AM Layers, AM Layers Editor for Country Managers|desc=One tool in a suite of tools provided by "Waze.Tools", which is an a Waze unofficial Waze site maintained by the Italian Waze Community.<br><br>See the [[#Waze.Tools|Waze.Tools]] Glossary Term<br>Also see the [[#Area Manager|Area Manager]] Glossary Term|related1=Minimum Bounding Box|jump1=Waze.Tools|jump3=Area Manager|updated=2016-01-28|added=2014-10-11}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Cafe|anchor1=Waze Café|desc=See the [http://sites.google.com/site/2016wazemeetupinfo/about-meetups/waze-cafe Meetups - Waze Cafe] Waze Site|updated=2016-01-05|added=2015-04-14}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Champ|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Community Communications Guidelines|anchor1=Community Guidelines|desc=See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=636&t=58102 Waze Community Communications Guidelines] Waze forum<br>Also see the [[#Waze Etiquette|Waze Etiquette]] Glossary Term|jump2=Waze Etiquette|added=2016-01-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Community Forum|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Community Forum|Community Forum]] Glossary Term|added=2016-02-15|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Etiquette|anchor1=Etiquette|desc=The communications in the Waze forums, live chat, wiki, and map editing are all managed in a similar way to [[Wikipedia:Etiquette]] with specific highlights and changes covered in this list below. These points are based on civility and respect for every Waze user.<br><br>See the [[Waze etiquette]] Wiki Page<br>Also see the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=636&t=58102 Waze Community Communications Guidelines] Waze forum|related1=Waze Community Communications Guidelines|added=2016-01-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Expert|Expert|desc={{HighlightBar|''Content for this entry has not been generated yet.''}}<br>[http://docs.google.com/forms/d/1USq9LtsTg2qnO2k1h-jZe-acoNXzqIE20IkM7NDv8FY/viewform Suggest content here]|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Focus|desc=The Waze Focus project is a monthly in-depth interview with a member of the Waze staff.<br><br>See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1430&t=134306 Waze Focus Forum] Waze forum|added=2016-01-04}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Forum|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Community Forum|Community Forum]] Glossary Term|related1=phpBB ®|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Geo-Ops|Waze Map Team|Map Team|desc=Waze Geo-Ops are staff editors who handle operational needs and changes of the map such as inputting requested Real Time Closures, Mega Traffic Events, ad campaigns, etc.<br><br>Also see the [[#IGN Editors|IGN Editors]] Glossary Term|jump1=IGN Editors|updated=2016-01-28|added=2015-02-21}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Global Champ|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Global Champ|Global Champ]] Glossary Term|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Meetups|Meet-Ups|Meet Ups|desc=See the [http://sites.google.com/site/2016wazemeetupinfo/ 2016 Meetups] Waze Site|added=2016-01-05}}
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{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Mobile|desc=See the [[About]] Wiki Page|updated=2015-10-13|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Speak|desc=Friendly term that implies the use of the terms in this glossary within communications.|added=2015-01-30}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Transport SDK|desc=The Waze Transport SDK (software development kit for Android iOS) allows partners to easily implement some of Waze’s most useful features, natively in their own apps.<br><br>See the [http://www.waze.com/sdk Waze Transport SDK] External page<br>Also see the [http://wazeblogs-en.blogspot.ie/2016/01/waze-announces-transport-sdk.html?m=1 Waze Transport SDK] Waze Blog|added=2016-01-28}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze Wiki|(alias)|desc=See the [[#Wazeopedia|Wazeopedia]] Glossary Term|updated=2016-01-06|added=2015-01-30|noanchor=yes}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Waze.Tools|anchor1=Waze Tools|desc=One tool in a A suite of tools provided by "Waze.Tools", which is an a Waze unofficial Waze site maintained by the Italian Waze Community.<br><br>See the [http://waze.tools Waze.Tools] External page<br>Also see the [http://wme-tools.com/ WME-TOOLS.com (old site)] External page|related1=Waze AM Layers|related2=Waze Mentoring Manager|added=2016-01-28}}{{Glossary_item|term=Wazebot|WB|anchor1=!WB|anchor2=!Wazebot|anchor3=WazeBot|desc=Wazebot is an automated GHO account, able to provide additional useful GHO features. Wazebot is available to help in Google Hangouts used by the Waze Editing Community, upon request by those authorized to add the bot.
This is a beta project and it is testing as of this posting date.<br><br>See the [http://vaindil.com/wazebot/ Wazebot] External page<br>Also see the [[#Bot|Bot]] Glossary Term|related1=Bot|jump2=Bot|updated=2016-01-28|added=2016-01-05}}
{{Glossary_item|term=Wazeopedia|Waze Wiki|Community Wiki|Wiki|desc=[[File:Wazeopedia.png|60px]] Wazeopedia is the new name for the Waze community wiki, and also the project name for converting the existing wiki into the new framework.
When capitalized, "Wiki" as used in Waze communications, implies the specific "Waze Wiki", or "Wazeopedia".
{{Glossary_item|term=WME Geometrics|desc=See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=819&t=129735 WME Geometrics] Waze forum|related1=WME GPS Track View|added=2016-01-28}}
{{Glossary_item|term=WME GPS Track View|desc=See the [http://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=819&t=88637 WME GPS Track View] Waze forum<br>Also see the [[#WME Geometrics|WME Geometrics]] Glossary Term|jump2=WME Geometrics|added=2016-01-28}}
{{Glossary_item|term=WME Invalidated Camera Mass Eraser|desc=For careful use by senior editors only.<br><br>See the [httphttps://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/2377-wme-invalidated-camera-mass-eraser Script's] External page<br>Also see the [httphttps://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1316&t=84670 Script's French] Waze forum|added=2016-02-02}}
{{Glossary_item|term=WME LevelReset - USA|anchor1=WME LevelReset|desc=Script version of the WME LevelReset tool, to make relocking segments to their appropriate lock level easy & quick.<br><br>See the [http://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/16410-wme-levelreset-usa Script's] External page|added=2016-01-31}}
{{Glossary_item|term=WME Toolbox|WMETB|TB|Toolbox|anchor1=Tool Box|anchor2=WME-TB|desc=See the [[Extension:WME Toolbox]] Wiki Page|related1=Toolbox Country Coordinator|added=2015-01-30}}
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