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I have list of 25 or so addresses and I would like to create a Google My Map from them (so they are a set of placemarks). However, My Maps seems to allow creating placemarks only by drawing on the map with the mouse, not geocoding the addresses.

Is there a way to do this without writing any code?

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  1. Log in to your Google account (not mandatory)
  2. Browse to Google Maps
  3. Search for the first address
  4. Once located, click the pin and select "Save to.."
  5. Select "Create a new map..."
  6. Repeat 3-4 for next address, but save to the map you've just created.
  7. Repeat 6 for subsequent addresses
  8. Finally, edit the map: change the name, privacy settings and add comments for the specific addresses

For geotagging, you can just search for Lat-Long coordinates, instead of addresses (for example @32.39215,-112.096795)

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Sweet, thanks! This works great for the number of addresses I have. –  Reid Oct 15 '10 at 23:11
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Assuming you have the coordinates, you can easily put the points on Google Map - just copy/paste your coordinates to the following website: http://www.hamstermap.com and then go to Quick Map.

If you do not have the coordinates and only have list of addresses, just use the geocoder on the same website.

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