When you use the search icon to search for an address, Road Warrior returns an autocompleted list of results that may include an address, place name or coordinate.
Once you select a result, you will get a Search Confirmation pop-up to allow you to visually confirm that it is the correct address.
The search will also return your Favorites or Contacts if you have these settings turned ON. Adjust these search sources in Settings.
You can control the Map's display in the add stop pop-up by changing Search Confirmation settings, accessed from your Search Settings menu.
The default setting is to display a Static Map (pictured below), you have the option to display an Interactive Map or to skip the Search Confirmation pop-up altogether, with No Confirmation.
Warrior Way: The search is biased on the viewport (visible area) of the map. So, it will favor results towards the visible area of the map.
Basic Internet Search
If you type in an address and then Click "Search" on your keyboard, the results that display are from an internet search only. Results will not include favorites or contacts.
Managing Search Limits
There are a limited amount of auto-complete searches provided by Google Maps. The limit is 50 auto-completes for a Basic user and 1500 for a PRO user each day. However, exceeding this limit does NOT mean that you can't search, just that the auto-complete will no longer populate. If you exceed the limit, then use the Basic Internet Search described above.
Type the address into the search button and click "Search" on your keyboard. Next, a list of search results will appear.
Coordinates can be entered into the search bar in the format of "Latitude, Longitude." For example, "39.0, -77.0" is a point in Maryland, just north of Washington, DC. When entering a coordinate, make sure to hit the "Search" button on the keyboard. This will bypass the auto-complete result list which likely do not have your coordinate in the results. You will get a list of results where the first result should be your coordinate.
Warrior Tip: We highly recommend searching only for actual addresses. Searching for areas such a cities, counties, states, or zip codes results in an area
rather than known point. The map pin is then placed in the geographic center of the area (centroid). This may very well be a field, lake, or private land area which is not considered reachable via your mode of travel (e.g. Driving).