Because it’s essential that the quality of information on each place is accurate, we made it simple to add a place on your phone.

You go to the bright red circle in the top right-hand corner of the homepage (or if you’re on your desktop at home, “Add” in the header). If you’re already logged in, you are taken directly to the add place flow, where you begin the six step process by choosing your category.

Updating a place is simple too. On the page for the individual place are three options; add a photo, edit the information, and rate the accessibility.

The infographic here explains the traffic light-style access level system, and the 21 different icons representing all the categories on WheelEasy.

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