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en:help:v2:landmarks:local-track-merge [2017/03/29 09:49]
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en:help:v2:landmarks:local-track-merge [2018/03/02 21:22]
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 ====== How to merge tracks? ====== ====== How to merge tracks? ======
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-Tracks are made of pieces called track segments. The application allows you to copy/​cut/​paste segments from tracks to tracks. This way you can move the contain of one track towards another: +Tracks are made of pieces called track segments. The application allows you to copy/​cut/​paste segments from tracks to tracks. This way you can move the contain of one track towards another. 
-  * Click on the displayed track corresponding to second part {{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}} ​of the merged track and on its name {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}}; + 
-  * Select ​''​"**Details**"''​ {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}} ​to list the segments of the track; +Given two different tracks ​{{:​icon_01.png?​nolink}} and {{:​icon_02.png?​nolink}}, each made of one single segment, it's possible to move the segment of the second track into the first track: 
-  * Long press the track segment to move or click on its icon {{:icon_04.png?​nolink}};​+  * Tap on the "''​**Landmarks**''​" ​{{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}} ​menu icon and on "''​**Explore landmarks**''"​ {{:​icon_04.png?​nolink}};​ 
 +  * Browse ​the folder containing ​the two tracks, and tap on the second ​track {{:​icon_05.png?​nolink}} to display its details
 +  * In the segments list, long-tap ​the segment to move or tap on its icon {{:icon_06.png?​nolink}};​
  
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-  * Select ​''​"**Copy**"''​ {{:icon_05.png?​nolink}};​ +  * Tap on "''​**Cut**''​" ​{{:icon_07.png?​nolink}} ​to move the track segment or on "''​**Copy**''"​ to duplicate it
-  * Display ​the details of the track corresponding to first part of the merged ​track, for example by listing its containing folder by using the left side drawer menu {{:icon_06.png?​nolink}} ​and clicking ​on the track {{:icon_07.png?​nolink}};+  * Browse ​the details ​page of the first track (the destination ​track) and tap on the "''​**Clipboard**''" ​{{:icon_08.png?​nolink}} ​icon; 
 +  * Tap on "''​**Paste all**''"​ {{:​icon_09.png?​nolink}} to paste the track segment inside the destination track; 
 +  * Once the track segment has been moved (or copied), the two segments are now listed in the segments list {{:icon_10.png?​nolink}}
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 +{{:​icon_help.png?​nolink}} Even if the two segments are now in the same track, they are still displayed independently as two different parts. In order to display them as a single part, you can merge the two segment (see below).
  
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 +====== How to merge track segments? ======
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-  ​Click on the ''​"**Clipboard**"''​ {{:​icon_08.png?​nolink}} ​button and select ​''​"**Paste here**"''​ {{:icon_09.png?​nolink}};​ +In order to merge all the segments of a track: 
-  * The second track segment is added to the first track segments {{:icon_10.png?​nolink}}.+  ​Browse the details page of the track, and tap on the "''​**Track segments**''​" ​{{:​icon_08.png?​nolink}} ​menu icon; 
 +  * Tap on "''​**Group all**''​" ​{{:icon_02.png?​nolink}};​ 
 +  * The resulting ​segment is now listed in the track segments ​list {{:​icon_03.png?​nolink}} and the track is now displayed as a single part on the map {{:icon_04.png?​nolink}}.
  
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