You can now search for long-distance routes by name

Want to ride a specific route or finally do that multi-day thru-hike you swore you’d always do? Well, now you can search for long-distance routes on komoot, simply by typing in their name. Whether it be a popular long-distance trek like the West Highland Way or a multi-day bikepacking adventure like the Green Divide, all you need to do to find the content you need is search for the route name. We’ll then show you relevant Collections that cover your route — so you can start exploring them at the click of a button. 

We’ve improved how you add, remove and manage Tour photos on iOS

So you can better share your favorite moments with your friends and followers, we’ve drastically improved the Tour photo management flow on iOS. Now, you can more easily take photos whilst on a Tour and manage which of these gets added to your Tour/Highlight once you’re done. Additionally, following some privacy changes implemented by Apple, we’ve also included helpful hints that better describe why you might not be able to find the photos you want to add and what you can do to fix these issues.

Cropping planned Tours just got a whole lot easier

So you can better customize planned Tours and imported GPX files, it’s now possible to crop Tours at the click of a button at komoot.com. Taking our inspiration from video editing suites, all you need to do is define the portion of the route in the elevation profile you want to keep and then click on the crop icon to crop the rest. Easy, right? Try it out at komoot.com now.

More easily find your next adventure at komoot.com

Ready for your next adventure? Then head to komoot.com and get going at the click of a button. We’ve improved how you can search for Tours, Highlights and Collections on our website, as well as adding the ability to search for bikepacking routes for your next weekend getaway. 

Check out the improvements and find your next adventure at komoot.com now.

New: Report spam profiles at the tap of a button

In order to give you an even safer experience on komoot, we’ve added the option to report other users and spam profiles at the click of a button. To do so, just open the profile of the person you want to report on the web or in the komoot mobile apps and select ‘block or report’. We'll investigate all reports logged by komoot users and take necessary action depending on the account. This includes account deletion.  

Say hello to Google Street View: Now available at komoot.com!

So you can better see where you’ll be exploring, we’ve added Google Street View to the komoot map. Visible at the click of a button, it lets you see real-life pictures of the roads comprising your route, long before you get there yourself. This way, you’ll always know just how good the views are from that spot you’re thinking of stopping at for lunch and you can check long in advance how safe the cycling lanes look. 

Ready to give it a go? Plan your next adventure at komoot.com/plan now and simply tap on the Street View icon to zoom in. 

You can now see other users’ personal Collections in your feed

As we believe you follow people on komoot for a reason, we thought it would make sense to start showing you the personal Collections of people you follow in your feed. So we did: The next time you visit your news feed in the komoot apps or on komoot.com, you’ll see the best personal Collections from your community — perfect for starting the next big conversation or for finding even more inspiration for your own adventure.

No longer see routes buried under a sea of waypoints when planning on Android, iOS and at komoot.com

So you can better see where your route goes, we’ve implemented a small design change which prevents your route from being drowned under a sea of waypoint markers when planning on Android, iOS and at komoot.com. With this new design, waypoints markers take up less space on the map, allowing you to better see the route underneath them. But don’t worry; they’re still instantly noticeable when you want to find them again: Just zoom in on your route to see them pop up on the map. 

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