Frequently asked questions
No. Fleggz is more like a tool that enables users to dynamically and flexibly create and edit bespoke routes on maps by web and mobile devices.
Everything starts with an event. An event has a title, description, status, start time, end time, location, activity type and can be assigned to a group. For example an event can be 'Friday night skate in London starting at Wellington Arch at 8pm, 21 February 2020.'
Markers and routes can be added to an event, which give detailed information about where exactly the event is happening. Arbitrary number of markers and routes can be added to an event. For example the above event could consist of 4 map objects: start point (marker), first half (route), half time venue (marker), second half (route).
- Add/remove waypoints
- Delete a section of a route
- Delete a segment of a route
- Split route at a waypoint
- Query direction between two adjacent waypoints
- Swap start and end points
- Change line style (solid or dashed)
- Merge multiple routes
- Reorder routes
Yes. The event will only become visible to the group members or public if 'Published' attribute is turned on.
Yes. Fleggz supports two types of map files: KML and GPX.
Yes. Activity can be recorded which will be converted into an event. Please note that this feature is still a beta version.
Yes. You can create a new group and assign that group to specific events. Group owner and admins can add/remove users from a group and control user roles within the group.
A group can be public or private:
- public group: all published events belonging to a public group will be visible to the public
- private groups: only group members will see the published events in this group
Only on mobile device. Search for the group, click on it then 'Follow'. Now if you go back on Events list you should be able to see events belonging to the group.
An event can only be public if it belongs to a public group. Events in private groups are visible to group members only.
Yes. If a group member shares their location during the event then it will be visible to other users in event map screen.