Originally Posted by Ken in Regina
No Plus sign, no nothing. I've searched the Internet and everything I find pretty much confirms that Windows Maps can't.
While that is disappointing, it's not unusual compared to its direct competitors, except the main one: google maps.
But if using S&T for long route planning anyway, Win10Maps' lack of multi-point routing is less of a factor, thanks to the ease with which Copy & Paste works on Windows. Compared to Android, it's breeze. The other methods of transferring a multi-point route from google.com/maps to the GoogleMaps app require internet access. No multi-point nav also eliminates another real problem multi-point navigation: the app may not "know" that you've passed one of your stops, and continue to direct you back to a previous stop.
I encountered many instances of CoPilot doing exactly this, just because the physical stop was in the parking lot, evidently too far away for CoPilot to "know" we had arrived. Unless I manually marked the stop as reached, those (mis)directions continued, unaffected by travel along what was obviously a subsequent part of the route.
The CoPilot manual says you only have to get within 200 feet of a via point for it to "know" about it. obviously it must be a lot less (too much less, IMO) for a stop.
Ken or TCassidy - are you able to change routes by dragging in Win10Maps?
...Similar to Bing.com/maps (and most others)?