The free version of the dwMap app shows the line of your selected current active route.
Premium allows you to also put up to 10 waypoints (also known as locations or "pins") on the map. These waypoints might be a cafe you want to stop at, where you plan to park your car or they may be geocaches that you are trying to find.
Adding Waypoints in Route Planner
Just select the "pushpin" button in Planner on the routing menu (second from the left) and then click on the map to add a waypoint.
Click on the waypoint to edit or delete it, or you can drag it to a new location. Waypoint names are limited to 10 characters.
To add a waypoint at precise latitude,longitude coordinates: type in the latitude,longitude value into the search box on the Planner menu (bottom left button), for example,
then the map will center there with a popup with the option to create a waypoint.
Note that a dwMap "route" does not actually need to have a route line: it can consist solely of waypoints if you want.
Using Waypoints in dwMap
Waypoints are shown in dwMap with Premium as blue squares. See dwMap Watch App Navigation Page above for more information on navigating using waypoints in the watch app.
Geocaching is a very popular worldwide treasure hunt game where you find caches that have been hidden by fellow geocaching enthusiasts and shared on the Geocaching.com website. Now with dwMap Premium you can create waypoints on your route map (which does not actually need a route, you can create or import one that only contains waypoints) and use your Garmin GPS watch to conveniently zero-in on your target cache!
See Geocaching.com for full information on geocaching.