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 ====== Creating a Route ====== ====== Creating a Route ======
  
-To create a new route, ​press the //New Route// button. ​+To create a new route, ​click on the //New Route// button. ​
  
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   - **From map/​address**.\\ Either type the address in the search field or simply double-click on the map to indicate check points. See the //​[[../​tools/​address|Address]]//​ section for more information about the //Address// tool. Having found the point, edit its name if necessary (the //Adress// field) because it is impossible to do it later. Then add it to the route by clicking //Add as check point//.\\   - **From map/​address**.\\ Either type the address in the search field or simply double-click on the map to indicate check points. See the //​[[../​tools/​address|Address]]//​ section for more information about the //Address// tool. Having found the point, edit its name if necessary (the //Adress// field) because it is impossible to do it later. Then add it to the route by clicking //Add as check point//.\\
-  - **From geofences**.\\ Clicking this button opens the list of available [[../​geo/​geo|geofences]]. The type of the geofence (circle, line, polygon) is shown graphically to the left of its name. Click on geofences to add them as check points.\\  ​+  - **From geofences**.\\ Clicking ​on this button opens the list of available [[../​geo/​geo|geofences]]. The type of the geofence (circle, line, polygon) is shown graphically to the left of its name. Click on geofences to add them as check points.\\  ​
    - **From units**.\\ A check point can have no fixed coordinates. It can be a moving [[../​units/​units|unit]]. In this case, visiting this point means approaching it within the specified radius. To add a unit as a check point, click on it in the list.    - **From units**.\\ A check point can have no fixed coordinates. It can be a moving [[../​units/​units|unit]]. In this case, visiting this point means approaching it within the specified radius. To add a unit as a check point, click on it in the list.
  
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 Before saving a route, you can apply the function of optimization. In this case, the program automatically determines the shortest way to visit all the points. It is especially useful for courier services. The default cartographical service used for optimization is Gurtam Maps. However, you can select another source from the dropdown list (Google, Yandex, Visicom, HERE). The shortest route can be built considering existing roads and highways, or avoiding traffic jams, and so on. These additional parameters depend on the map provider selected and are the same as in the //​[[user/​tools/​routing|Routing]]//​ tool.  Before saving a route, you can apply the function of optimization. In this case, the program automatically determines the shortest way to visit all the points. It is especially useful for courier services. The default cartographical service used for optimization is Gurtam Maps. However, you can select another source from the dropdown list (Google, Yandex, Visicom, HERE). The shortest route can be built considering existing roads and highways, or avoiding traffic jams, and so on. These additional parameters depend on the map provider selected and are the same as in the //​[[user/​tools/​routing|Routing]]//​ tool. 
  
-To apply optimization, ​press the //​Optimize//​ button. See the route distance before and after optimization below. To restore the initial route, ​press //Cancel// next to the optimization button.+To apply optimization, ​click on the //​Optimize//​ button. See the route distance before and after optimization below. To restore the initial route, ​click //Cancel// next to the optimization button.
  
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 To build a route, you can also use the //​[[user/​tools/​routing|Routing]]//​ tool.  To build a route, you can also use the //​[[user/​tools/​routing|Routing]]//​ tool. 
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