How to Save a Location Using Waze (And Get Directions too)

How to save a location using Waze

Waze has become a must-have application if you are frequently travelling. The Waze app could not just give you direction to where you want to go but also gives you the location of where you are currently at. You can also save the location you are currently at on Waze so that you can refer to that location again in the future. Here we show you simple steps on how you can save a location on Waze.

WHY SAVE A LOCATION USING WAZE?

Here are some of the reasons why you should use Waze to save a location

  1. AS REFERENCE FOR FUTURE USE – If you need to go back to the same location in the future, it might be best if you save that location so that you can easily get the directions to that place.
  2. TO SHARE IT WITH OTHER PEOPLE – By saving a location on Waze, you can easily share it with other people who probably want to go to that location as well in the future.

So, if you are interested to learn how to save a location using Waze, here are the steps.

Step 1

 In your iPhone, tap “Waze” to open the application

Step 2

Waze will show you your current location as a blue dot. If you want to save this particular location, press the blue dot here

Step 3

A pop-up menu will be shown. Tap at the three-dot icon here

Step 4

To save that particular location, tap at “Mark your parking spot” below here

Step 5

Next, tap “ Send location” to share or send that location

Step 6

Here you can choose how to send that location. Tap “ Email” if you want to email your location or want to save it to your email

Step 7

Select the email address you want to send the location to and press “send”

You can also email the location to your email as a way to save that location so that you can use the location on Waze in the future when you need it

So, there you have it – Simple steps on how to save a location using Waze. Please leave us a comment below on what other ways do you use to save a location?

Please also read our previous article on Waze vs Google Maps


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