The native 'share' feature does show a Tesla app 'destination' in recent times. It is somewhat new (i.e. as a share option showing up via other apps.Update: Using Waze on my phone I was able to find Dunkin' (Waze correctly found the Dunkin' donut store nearest to my house) and then send the directions to my Tesla via the Tesla App.
Numbers look right compared to below test. I think EPA range numbers are from 60 mph testing. Test below drove 71 mph in the Model Y as their GPS devices said that was '70 mph'.The trip meter logged 11kWh for 3.86 miles per kWh or 258 Wh per mile. If the Model Y's 74kWh battery was charged to 100% this would yield a range of 286 miles. A 90% charge would be 66.6kWh and the range would be 257 miles. My daily charging routine has me charging to 80% (59.2kWh), the range would be 229 miles. Over the 3 weeks I have been driving the Model Y the lifetime efficiency is 279 Wh per mile, the total range would be 265 miles. My daily range after charging to 80% is estimated at a more than adequate 212 miles. (In the 4 years that I drove my 2017 Volt I never once drove more than 100 miles in a single day.)
Don't get too worked up over the numbers. It will vary quite a bit with the typical variables. Expect to lose 5% the 1st year and then way slower after that. REALITY is that you have plenty of range for your daily (max 100 in the past) and when you are traveling you only supercharge up just enough + 10% buffer to get to the next supercharger. A Better Routeplanner will give you a good feel and let you know that a max of 280+ miles doesn't matter. I road tripped with my family where my son/DIL was in their TM3 and I was in my Model X90D. At all our supercharger stops he had more range already before starting the charge and finished charging (next stop) a fair amount of time before I did. That was before they raised the kW speeds on the v2 and now the even higher v3 superchargers.Here is another Model Y Long Range AWD range test with the 19" Gemini wheels. This test was performed in Arizona in blistering desert heat conditions: At the 8 minutes and 31 seconds time mark you can see the Tesla trip screen: Miles Driven: 253.4 miles, used 73 kWh, for 286 Wh/mile. Here too the total battery capacity differs from the NJ Turnpike ~70/71 MPH Model Y Long Range AWD range test. Model Y Hot Weather 70 MPH Range Test