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Google Maps: Proposed changes more easily traceable
I wrote the other day in any post: When I am on the road – which is not often the case – then I look actually in assessments of several locations daily. If time permits, then I give myself my two cents. To meet the mustard one finds many opportunities, but there are things like Swarm, Foursquare, Facebook, Yelp or Google Maps. The have always berappelt recently something when you look at the evaluation functions by users. The Local Guide program was actively promoted and largely improved further landed new points in the Google Maps app.
Since the version of Google Maps 9:32 it is easier, for instance, to rate places. A new menu item will allow users since, places where they have never been, the maps but incorrectly marked as such to kick. Meaning that when the user will open his window where he can release its ratings already Visited else, then it marks the erroneous entry and selects the menu item “I have not been here” from.
Other enhancements also include the show of changes proposed by the user. This separate Reiter lacked earlier in the Google Maps, but will now gradually spread. Users can find this under “My contributions”. Have proposed modifications, one finds not only approved, but also outstanding. This new feature is a further result of the function , by which you can also propose amendments to the mobile apps.Viewing:-147
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