→When do my edits show up in the Waze app?: Minor grammar fixes
The normal process, is that on a regular basis, the map tiles update process runs on the servers. When it starts, any edits which are complete by that time will be included in the current map update cycle. The [[map tile]] updating process can take several days or even weeks on the World server, and are currently happening approximately daily on the North American server. Depending on when you save the edit, on the North America server, it will appear in 1 or 2 days. More details are covered in the [[Timeline of updating process]].
Once the map update cycle is complete, the tiles are loaded into the client map and the live map. The date that the update process is complete is referred to as the Update Date, though this can be confusing because the edits which made it into that cycle may be days
old. The [http://status.waze.com status page] is usually updated with the latest map update cycle information, which includes the "with updates through x date" information. The Waze Map Editor provides a link to this site on the left side of the [[Map_Editor_Interface_and_Controls#Bottom_Bar|bottom bar]].
Tiles in the app are cached, and only refreshed when one of the following conditions is met:
*You are showing a specific location on the map from the address search.