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I have some addresses that I want to visit, and I want to draw the order I should take in Google Maps.

Is there any feature that enables me to do this?

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Are you looking for a way to find the optimal route between the addresses, or just a way to view a predefined route? – Vidar S. Ramdal Jan 20 '14 at 11:10

The ability to have multiple destinations for directions has been available in the "new" Google Maps since about October, 2013.

From Map Help

Here's how to get directions with multiple destinations or waypoints:

  1. Get directions [as you would normally].
  2. Click the + button in the info card at the top of the map.
  3. In the text box that appears, type a destination. You can also click the location on the map.
  4. To add another destination, click + again.

To remove a destination, hover over the location in the card and click the X that appears to the right of the address. To adjust the order of your destinations, click and drag the circles to the left of the destination names.

Note: Multiple destinations are not available for public transit directions or flight searches.

info card screen shot

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