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No, Google Maps doesn't let you do that. It frustrated me as well, so I've written a python script that does just that. You can find it here: https://github.com/matthieuheitz/google-data-analyses/blob/master/get_visit_times.py You give it the point of interest (latitude/longitude), a date range, and you get what you want! A brief overview of what is ...


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Stylized Google Maps You can use the Google Maps Styled Map Wizard which allows to remove labels and do other sorts of personalizations (Roads, Landmarks, Color Styles, elements coloring and fill, etc): https://mapstyle.withgoogle.com/


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After much testing I found the following to work: Using linking or copying, get the PC created route to a mobile device (e.g. via text). When you open it, you will see what the OP describes: the route with a Preview but no "Start" driving feature. Now, in order to get a "Start" button and commence navigation: Click on the vertical ellipsis in Maps with ...


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Visit https://www.google.com/maps/timeline and it will show you all the location data Google has for you. At the lower left corner, there is a link to see your most visited places, which will tell you the first time you visited and how many times subsequently.


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At November 2019, there is a way to browse Google Maps community lists in the Android app. Search for the city or location. Open the detailed view of the search result. There is a lists section. Expand the section and browse the list of lists. Images: 1 & 2. 3 & 4.


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I just tried the solution suggested by Raghu Ranganathan, but that doesn't seem to work anymore. There's no '&z=' part in the url anymore, so it seems. Luckily I found another way to change the zoom level. The url contains the longitude and latitude coordinates after the @-sign, followed by a distance in meters determining the zoom level. You can ...


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It is continuous walking without interruption. Reasoning 2 days and 12hrs is 60hrs. 293km/60hrs ≃ 300km/60hrs = 5km/h the average human walking speed at crosswalks is about 5.0 kilometres per hour (km/h) Source wikipedia


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You can setup your billing for Google Maps via this page. You will also want to make sure that your app is using the Maps API key for your account.


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Everything you need to know is in here: https://www.google.com/permissions/geoguidelines/ I'm not able to provide any legal interprestation - but note this paragraph - bolding mine. Note that if you (a) embed a classic map, Street View panorama, or My Map; (b) use one of our APIs on the web or in an application; or (c) use Google Earth Pro, or ...


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Tl;Dr Try =IMAGE(url) and if that doesn't work as you need it use Google Apps Script and the Google Maps Static API to insert the map as an OverGridImage object. Few weeks ago Google announced that now is possible to insert an image into a cell. Below is the insert image into a cell dialog: I don't think that it could be used to automatically update an ...


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@sancho.s, while this would work, these "my maps" dont work offline or in downloaded maps. So just note; using this requires connection, or to export them out of Google maps and use another offline map application to import into that would work. The value of "Starred" and the rest is they are part of the downloaded maps in Google.


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The Popular Times feature is available for any business for which Google has sufficient data to generate the graph. I can see popular times for a swimming pool, a zoo and a shopping centre for example with a quick search. The Google My Business Help page for the feature has the following to say: Popular times, wait times, and visit duration are shown for ...


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Latitude and longitude are specified as degrees, minutes and seconds. In your coordinates, you specify 37°01.67', which means "37 degrees, 1.67 minutes". 0.67 minutes is the same as 40.2 seconds, which is what Google Maps shows (37°01'40.2" or "37 degrees, 1 minute, 40.2 seconds"). In other words, it's the same number, just written differently.


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I found how to remove them, going to Menu -> Your places -> Saved -> Click on the⋮ icon of the category desired -> Edit list. Then here you could remove the location clicking on the X button: Isn't the most friendly way, but is the only one I could find.


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It turns out that the problem is not unique to google, but has been replicated with variations on bing maps, and Waze, At this point the answer is to be pro-active: If you are a rural dweller in Alberta Register your place on each mapping service. Search for the address, and reposition the pin to your correct location. If you have a rural business ...


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Use the code below (replace your my maps ID and your API key) <html> <head> <meta name="viewport" content="initial-scale=1.0, user-scalable=no"> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Embedded Map</title> <style> html, body, #map-canvas { height: 100%; margin: 0px; padding: 0px ...


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I have seen this happen where : My photo somehow works its way to being in the 'default' list for its location. If it sits as 'the' default photo, the views must just roll in. I'm not sure if just landing on the 'location' home page gives you that 'view' count or if the photo actually needs to be clicked. The location is somewhere on Google Maps that would ...


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Check out the Google Maps URL Guide It shows how to perform specific actions like Search, Directions, Display a map etc


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On Android (as of Oct 2019): Open the Phone app Search for a listing you want to add Results include both your contacts and Google Search listings Touch the icon to the left of the listing you want to add The listing will open and display Add to contacts button Touch Add to contacts and then add it as a New contact Edit as desired, and Save the new contact.


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