Where do I put the entrance point? The description does not mention this. I presume, that if there is a building area, then I should create a point ON the path at the side where the entrance is, and put the entrance tag on this point. This way, the point is connected to the building.
useful for apartment house?
I saw several times the usage of Key:entrance for the doors of apartment houses. I wonder if this the the right way. OsmAnd then shows only the door pic and not the house number. Addresses could be found but the map does not show the numbers.
- See tagging for the renderer. In short, if the data is correct (i.e. in your case, if the house number is related to the entrance), then the software can be fixed, but software can't fix broken or incomplete data. Alv (talk) 17:42, 10 February 2016 (UTC)
definition for entrance=emergency is bad tagging
If this tag should be used for emergency exits, it's completely misleading. Should be either exit=emergency or stretching meaning of the word entrance, it could be entrance=emergency_exit. The tag entrance=emergency should be reserved for emergency entrances (to an emergency area in a hospital)--Dieterdreist (talk) 13:00, 11 March 2017 (UTC)
definition for entrance=home is not clear
- I've seen that this has now been amended ("private house, home or apartment") which is IMHO much clearer now (i.e. I read it as not including entrances / access doors to "semi-private", shared property areas like stairs, elevators, corridors, courtyards, and other distribution areas. I agree with this definition, but maybe we could be even more explicit in the wording? --Dieterdreist (talk) 09:31, 13 March 2017 (UTC)
- This is implied by being on a building=house way and with access=private. entrance=home means I can't tag a main entrance, other entrance and service entrance to a house. Aharvey (talk) 02:16, 11 April 2017 (UTC)