Since the launch of Pokemon GO in 2016, many users have requested Niantic to add a feature which will allow them to suggest turning real life landmarks into PokeStops.
Two years after the game’s release, it seems Niantic is about to finally implement PokeStop submissions directly into the game. First is a tweet from Niantic’s Omar H Tellez, that “#PokeStopsForAll” are coming soon.
— omar h tellez (@ohtellez) September 10, 2018
Secondly is are four new texts hidden in Pokemon GO’s code discovered by famous dataminer Chrales. Text includes “Please enter a PokeStop description”, “Please enter a PokeStop title”, and more.
poi_sub_desc_empty_toast_error : "Please enter a PokéStop description."
poi_sub_desc_short_toast_error : "Please enter a complete description."
poi_sub_title_empty_toast_error : "Please enter a PokéStop title."
poi_sub_title_short_toast_error : "Please enter a complete title."
— Chrales (@Chrales) September 12, 2018
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