“I want to create a place that consists of multiple connected polygons - is there a way to do this without using imported .kml files?“
Yes, you do so as you would a single polygon, but you must “close” the polygon before you can create the next one. To close it, add a final point on top of the first one. The bounded region will show a line back to the start point every time you add a new point, and will close it automatically when you save the single bounded polygon, but you need to manually close it in order to start a second or subsequent polygon.
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