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Google Maps: So you can see your history of routes and trips in the application or PC



Google Maps: So you can see your history of routes and trips in the application or PC


By using the Google Maps application it is possible to keep a record of your routes and trips that you can consult later both in the application, available for iOS and Android, and from a browser on PC or Mac.

The most interesting thing about this is that you only need to activate Maps location history on your device, which allows Google to save this information to analyze it for its big data.

In this way, the map server can offer you predictions of how long it will take to get somewhere as well as better results when making a query about the area.

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This timeline showing places visited and routes used can also be edited to remove your travel history and locations from the record.

How to see your history on Google Maps

To view your history on Google Maps, you need to enable location history on your app by following these steps:

If you want to consult the information in more detail and in a larger size, you can do it from your PC or Mac by entering this link with the account that you have activated on your phone.

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This will take you to a site where you can check the places you have visited in the lower left as well as access the chronology by year, month and day of your movements.

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