The Beginners guide says "accessible via the bookmark icon on the left side-panel" but i cannot find it! Help! "https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ID"

asked 22 Aug '17, 17:02

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I've no idea what icon it is supposed to be, but iD's help button is the bottom of the list at the right-hand side.

(22 Aug '17, 17:37) SomeoneElse ♦

The icon looks like a flag or a key, So key makes sense.

(23 Aug '17, 11:56) andy mackey

This is the icon you are looking for:

Help

You can also use the keyboard shortcut 'h' to trigger the UI to appear. You can then click on "Walkthrough" to start the interactive tutorial (as @traceyplauriault indicated). :)

Note: I'm in the process of updating https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/ID since it was out of date. :)

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answered 23 Aug '17, 00:14

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Thanks a million! hmmm! I am looking for the actual tutorial, it is the one that shows up the first time you edit. I am preparing a class assignment and I need to walk through it and also ensure that I have a link to it! Any ideas? If you see this screen capture, I also cannot see the iD's help button either, when I go to the regular help it does not include this tutoria! alt text

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answered 22 Aug '17, 17:49

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"start the walkthrough" at the bottom of the initial help screen?

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