Publishing Routes

Before routes can be shared they must be uploaded to the website and set as published.

If you plotted the route in the app on the mobile device to upload all routes, use Menu tab (in green bar), Sync content.
Routes can also be plotted manually from scratch on, as well as from a track recorded in ViewRanger, or an imported .gpx file.

Making a Route ready to publish

Enriched route content
After uploading the route to the website but before publishing a route you should take some time to enrich the content with text, pictures and custom waypoint icons.  This makes it more attractive to the user, especially if you are charging a fee for the route.
Don't forget to add tags to your route - see related page at the foot of this page.

Route privacy options

A route can be set to private or published. If you want other users to see your routes they must be set to published.  We don't support closed groups.

Global level privacy settings

Global privacy settings are always set to private.  You must manually set a route to published.

Route level privacy setting

You change the privacy of individual routes from within the website.
Go to your My.ViewRanger account, select Routes > My Routes > Edit (next to your chosen route) > press the "Route information" button in the toolbar and change the Sharing status to Published (you can also set a price if you wish) and press save.

Share routes with other people with the website

If the route is already uploaded you can share routes directly with the web site.
Log into the site the use Routes and tracks, My Routes. Click on the track name and sharing tools such as facebook and twitter will be displayed on public Routes.

Sharing routes with other people and applications using GPX files

Routes can be exported to GPX files from within the app or via the website. GPX is an open format supported by many different web sites and applications. 
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