And finally, you can create a route ahead of time using OsmAnd's remote
routing method, then save it as a GPX for later use. Both this and the Map
markers method I noted before are explained
here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o84C0z3Kydc 8:31 minutes in.
Sorry for the fragmented answer.
On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 12:35:14 PM UTC-8, Bart Eisenberg wrote:
> You can create routes (as opposed to tracks) directly in OsmAnd using the
> map markers feature. See: the "Plan route" section in:
> http://osmand.net/blog?id=osmand-2-8-released .
> On Friday, February 9, 2018 at 10:43:51 AM UTC-8, won...@gmx.de wrote:
>> days are becomming longer and temperatures are rising. So I think of
>> hiking and bicycling.
>> Up to now I plan my tracks using tools on my PC like bikemap.net,
>> naviki.org or wandermap.net, save the tracks I've created and copy them
>> to my tablet or smartphone and can follow them with Osmand+.
>> My question:
>> Is there a possibility to create tracks at home directly with Osmand+?
>> If so, where can I find how to do this.
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