Frequently Asked Questions

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RouteWhisperer makes hidden and unusual places discovery effortless by a providing system that filters each paragraph of a travel content regarding their travel category to make them accessible easily.

We allow our content creators to break into part of long content by assigning travel categories to maximize the accessibility of inside of the content.

We're representing each part as a searchable post. So, instead to read whole content to find parts that excite you, you can click onto category button to see only relevant part of the content regarding its category.

The main post is your first highlighted part of your content. When you share a content, first highlighted part of your content is listed at the top of feed.

These parts of your content which are not categorized firstly are linked with main post. When you share a content, those parts except first part of your content is listed not at the top of the feed but randomly.

The minor category buttons are functional to show each part of the content which present relevant content regarding travel category instead to show whole content.

You can only click onto minor category buttons to open relevant content through the main post.

Be sure that you are seeing the main post. Then, click to the button next to the minor category buttons to open all parts of the content. Now, you can see the content a usual travel blog content, not separately by specialization.

You can use the Search bar for location based filter. You can use the Category button for category based filter. You can use both of them when you are using main feed and map view.

Open the categories by clicking Category button. You should click onto categories you selected to deactivate each of them. Then, click to "Save" to active your changes.

Your whole content is listed on feed, but you will see the first categorized part of the content on the top of feed. Others are listed randomly on feed, and searchable to be found.

Write your content. Then, you should assign a category, location and photo to your content to share.

Write your content that you would like to share. Then, "Select" or "Select all" to highlight your content. You'll see that the information bar that enables you to assign a category, location and photo appears.

Your first part of the content assigned by category seems on feed. Other categorized parts locate on feed as well as a searchable post but not at top of the feed.

For example, you shared a content which has 3 categorized parts. The first categorized part seems at the top of feed, 2nd and 3rd ones are searchable to be found.

Be sure that whole content should be assigned by category, location and at least a photo. If any parts of your content exists without category, location and photo assignment, the app does not allow you to share the post.

We allow our content creators to break into parts of long content by assigning travel categories to maximize the accessibility of inside of the content and to minimize the effort of discovery process simultaneously by representing each part as a searchable post.

We are being archived the places you saved on your profile under "My Maps" tab. They're archived based on country information.

Yes, you can see your saved places on map by clicking "Show on map" button within the relevant archive under "My Maps" tab on your profile.