Once a feature is on the map, you can edit its location by taking the following steps:
If the location you tapped has multiple features with pop-ups, you'll see a pivot of those features (as shown in the previous screen shot). You can switch between the pop-ups by swiping from panel to panel inside the features window.
The Edit pivot displays on the attributes panel.
You are taken to the map to edit the location of the feature. The app bar and hint text are for editing, and tapping the map places points or vertices for the feature being edited.
Update the location of a point feature
Tap the map to move the point, or use the Global Positioning System (GPS) to use the device's current location.
Update the location of a polyline or polygon feature
Use the bounding box to scale or rotate the feature. Tap and drag a vertex to move it. Tap the center of a line segment to add a vertex to it.
Cancel the update
Press the Back button to cancel the geometry update, leave the map, and return to the location panel.
Clear and restart collecting the geometry
Expand the app bar's context menu and select clear. Collect the new geometry either by tapping the map or using the GPS to use the device's current location.
When using the GPS to collect a point, you have the following options:
You're returned to the location panel, and the address of the feature is updated.
The updates you made to the feature's geometry are saved.