Google Maps has proven to be a unique tool for those who want to travel around the planet without leaving their homes. This is not just a map service but it goes much further by showing pictures of every location we visit.
Google is constantly revamping and introducing new features on Maps and now it will have a new feature on the way. It is still being tested by a few users, but it is sure to revolutionize this desktop service.
New in Google Maps
There have been many new features that were recently introduced to Google Maps. They want to improve the use of this service, while making it simpler and more practical to use on a daily basis, both on smartphones and on the desktop.
One of these potential new developments is now being tested. He wants to give Google Maps a power it doesn't have right now, so that users can easily maintain their searches and visits.
It could revolutionize what it offers on the desktop
From what has been seen, Google Maps will now have an area where users can save the places they want. It will be placed in the lower area, on a dock, as a symbol of the desired location which you can then see.
To add these locations to this new map service dock, Google has created a new button for this. With the name "Dock to bottom", it will try to place that chosen spot in the new dock that will be available. Removal will also be a simple process.
I saw this the first time.
New feature? pic.twitter.com/auBp0dvU3I
- Syed Muhammad Amir Hasan (@SyedMAmirHassa1) December 13, 2021
We will soon provide the places visited
We are still far from seeing this new feature accessible to everyone on Google Maps. search giant is the test This novelty is still very incremental, to evaluate its usability and the usefulness it may have with users.
It is expected that Google will pass these tests and pass this news on to users. It will definitely be a huge improvement to this mapping service and will make it easier to use Google Maps, selecting places and points you want to visit again later.
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