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The company has been focussing on increasing Google Maps usage in India. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint
The company has been focussing on increasing Google Maps usage in India. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint

Google Maps introduces 'Trips' tab to remind of previous vacations

The Trips tab in the timeline on Google Maps will present an estimate of locations and routes the user could have been to and could have taken, primarily based in one's location in the historical past

CALIFORNIA : Google Maps will soon roll out a new Trips tab in timeline on Android that can present customers an abstract of previous holidays and complete kilometres travelled.

According to Mashable, Google Photos will quickly be receiving timeline as nicely that can enable customers to see the paths they took on a day, alongside images. The users may see and share previous journey itineraries and eating places. They will also get an option to have obtained confirmations, in their Gmail by tapping on the Trips tab on the desktop web site, google.com/journey.

The Trips tab in the timeline on Google Maps will present an estimate of locations and routes the user could have been to and could have taken, primarily based in one's location in the historical past. According to Google, it is possible for a user to see an abstract of one's previous holidays, details about the locations he/she may have visited, complete kilometres travelled, and the modes of transportation you used by way of the tab.

Mashable reported that one can edit the timeline at any time and select to delete the Location History as well. The timeline will be considered on Google Maps app model 9.12 and up, and the Trips tab will quickly be accessible within the app for Android customers.

Google mentioned that timeline will quickly be rolling out to the Google Photos map view as nicely. This will allow the user to see the paths they took on a selected day alongside their images.

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