Google Maps Timeline gets a new Travel tab:

Google Maps will soon have a new “Travel” tab in the timeline on Android, where users can view a summary of past vacations and total kilometers traveled. This is part of the new features Google is introducing in terms of travel and travel. Google Photos will soon also have a timeline that will allow users to see not only photos but also the paths they have taken on a particular day. You can also view and share past travel routes, including hotels and restaurants that you have received confirmations for in Gmail, by tapping the Travel tab on the desktop website

The Travel tab in the Google Maps timeline shows an estimate of the places you might have been and the routes you might have taken based on your location history. According to On Google, the tab allows you to view a summary of your past vacations, information about the places you have visited, the total kilometers traveled and the means of transport you have used.

You can edit your timeline at any time and delete your location history. The timeline can be displayed in the Google Maps app from version 9.12. The Travel tab will soon be available in the app for Android users.

Google announced that Timeline will soon also be available in Google Photos’ map view. This way, in addition to your photos, you can also see the paths you took on a given day, including the pictures you clicked while hiking or driving. It is also possible to hide your timeline in Photos in the settings of your card view.

Google also recently added a COVID-19 layer in Maps that allows users to get information about COVID-19 cases in a specific area. Google Maps will soon be able to show you how busy a location is, right from the map view.

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