Now you can let us know in a split second when something needs to be added to the map.
Tens of millions of individuals are looking at a Mapbox map right now. Anyone, from someone searching a place on DuckDuckGo to planning a run with RunKeeper, can add new details to make the map better. The map is all open — using amazing data from OpenStreetMap, the free and editable map of the world. We’ve been making it easy for anyone to add data to OpenStreetMap for a while now, and today our feedback flow got a lot simpler for people who don’t want to take the time to edit themselves but still want to contribute.
The new map feedback page is a simple wizard that asks first for the type of problem encountered, then for a quick description — you just pin your feedback on the map. The feedback is forwarded to our mapping team that reviews each issue and improves OpenStreetMap accordingly.