(This feature was released to a small group of iOS users beginning with CoPilot 10.26.0.653. In later versions, this feature may be made available to all iOS users.)
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When entering addresses into CoPilot, users have traditionally had to input information into two text boxes—one for the city and one for the street address. These searches look for an address match in the map data loaded on the CoPilot device.
Starting with CoPilot 10.26.0.653, some iOS users will notice these two boxes have been replaced with a single box where you can enter a complete address, all at once. This new Single Search feature uses CoPilot's online location database to look for a matching address. To do this, search requires a mobile internet connection—Wi-Fi or mobile data.
How to use Single Search
The fastest way to find an address is to search simply for the street and the house number.
To search for “40, Grantham Road, in London” you can enter your search as "40 Grantham" and then select one of the results.
If you get too many results, you can filter the search further by adding a city to the search query, for example:
“40 Grantham London“.
You can also search in a different order to get the same result: “London Grantham 40”
North America Example
To search for “183 Nassau Street in Princeton, NJ” you can enter your search as “183 Nassau” and then select one of the results.
If you get too many results, you can filter the search further by adding a city to the search query, for example
“183 Nassau Princeton.” You can also search in a different order to get the same result: “Princeton Nassau 183.”
How to turn off Single Search
If you do not want to take advantage of this enhanced online search, you can continue to use CoPilot's Classic Search for locations offline, with two text boxes. To search offline in the CoPilot map data loaded on the device:
- Go to Settings > Map Display & Guidance
- Tap the Enable Classic Search toggle switch to turn it on (blue).