Follow these steps to create your own map:
In the Create your own map window, click Create map:
If you've already created one or more maps and want to return to one of them, select it from the list.
Every line in the list contains the name and date of the last map update as well as a menu button.
Using the menu items, you can copy, delete, or share your map (for this last option, click Share and copy the map link in the form that opens):
In the Map Constructor window that appears you can create objects: placemarks, lines, and polygons.
Choose your map layer type. Click Layer and choose an option from the menu:
Map is a diagram of map objects: roads, buildings, etc.
Satellite is a picture of a particular area taken from space
Hybrid is a picture of an area taken from space with additional information added to it (street names, addresses, etc.)
You can also add a traffic layer to your map. Just click Traffic. To disable a mode, you just have to click on it again.
The traffic jam level is indicated by color:
In the Map editor window you can enter a name for the map (which is useful if you need to find it among several maps in your list) and a description (which may help you remember map details):
A list of objects you created can be found under the Objects on map list. If you need to edit an object, just click on its name in the list.
You can also change the order in which objects within a category are displayed by dragging placemarks (or lines, polygons) to the foreground or background. See the Create object section for more information.
After you've created all your objects, click Save and continue. The Map type toolbar opens:
In the Map type toolbar, select your map type and then click Get map code so that you can insert your map on your site, blog or mobile app. You can also copy a link to your map and share it with friends.
There are a few ways to do this (for more information, see Select map type and get code or link).
You can also save objects from your map to Yandex.Disk using the following file types (KML, CSV, GPX or GeoJSON).
To return to map-editing mode, click on the Return to map editor link.
To go to your maps list, click Go to my saved maps.