The new “Biz Jargon” voice on Waze makes fun of your commute to work.

Waze has returned with a fresh look that adds new phrases, symbols, and more. To bring office life to the road, Biz Jargon will be available to Waze users this week.

Waze is no stranger to giving the lighthearted navigation app some distinctive twist. Waze introduced Retro Mode a few months ago, which added some amusing user icons and vehicles to the program. Although the corporation offers another function for you to try out because that one has passed away.

Waze named Biz Jargon ‘s new mode was inspired by non-secular work. The new feature set seems somewhat boring, but it actually seems like fun. The new voice pack for navigation instructions is the primary update that you’ll notice right away. You’ll hear expressions that make fun of the repetitive terminology some of us end up hearing at work on a daily basis, such as Make a U-turn: Or what I call circling back.

There are some great options for the moods you can select. You can select among the following moods in Waze’s business jargon: Productive, Unproductive, All Business, or Business Casual. Moods are the icons other drivers see when you’re driving. Each is a sweet little emblem for business that anyone can see.

The automobile icon, which Waze refers to as the Interoffice Memo, may be my favorite aspect of the experience. It’s really just a paper airplane, but it sure does look cool.

How to activate Business Jargon in Waze

Tap My Waze at the bottom of the Waze application. Choose Drive with Biz Jargon from the side menu. Toggle on or off the features by tapping them.

Starting today, everyone can use Waze’s new Biz Jargon feature. Although Waze hasn’t given an expiry date, we are aware that this function is only available while supplies last.

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