Translations by gtranslate.io
The web library contains your tracks, routes, and points. It is synchronized with the Locus Map app on your smartphone or tablet. It can be synced with multiple devices running the same Locus account.
Before you can use the library:
The library uses the same structure of groups and folders as your Locus Map app with which it is synchronized:
In a folder, the tracks and routes are sorted by the date of creation. Each track line displays a preview, date, elevation gain, length and time:
To display particular tracks on the map, click on their eye buttons. This way you can activate multiple tracks and routes:
To open a track/route detail, click on the track in the folder. The detail displays a full map with the track, a chart with elevation, slope, speed and GPS accuracy (recorded track) and a panel with statistics:
Points in a folder are sorted alphabetically. Each point line displays just an icon and the name of the point:
Points can be activated on the map only by whole folders. To do so, click the eye:
The points are grouped on the map in areas with a high density of points. Zoom in to split the groups:
To open a point detail, click on the point in the folder. The point is centered on the map and its detailed info is displayed on the panel:
To change the track/route's info or course, click edit:
You can edit the name and description, and change the folder and type of activity. If you want to edit the route's course, click Open in Planner. When you're finished you are given two options - to save the route as new or rewrite the original:
To edit your own point on the map, open its detail and click Edit:
You can change its name, description, coords, altitude or move it to another folder. Saving the point overwrites the original.