Google is developing the development of a new feature in Google Maps which will allow users to dock locations on the bottom of the page. This feature could be named “Dock bottom”. Based on a study published by Search Engine Roundtable, users will be able to see the “dock to bottom” button within Google Maps. Google Maps app that will allow them to quickly find the saved or docked place in the maps. This feature is useful for businesses in helping users locate a specific location precisely in Google Maps.
As of now, both Google Maps app and the desktop site currently Google Maps app and the desktop website only display one information panel to the left. It also states that docking will also have the option of closing. When you click the close button the dock will disappear completely from Google Maps page. The feature may aid users in planning trips and dock local businesses that they would like to visit without hassle. It’s not yet known when or if will this feature be made available for users.
In the last month, Google Maps had added a new feature to provide users with information about the current activity patterns for a specific area. Its Area Busyness feature is designed to aid users in planning their travel based on the degree of congestion in a location in light of the fact that we’re in the midst of the pandemic. The new Directory tab in Google Maps allows users to navigate around famous public spaces such as malls, airports, or transit stops.
Furthermore, Google Maps for iOS has been updated to include the long-awaited Dark Mode. When Google introduced the grayscale interface to Maps in the month of August,, certain publications like The Verge report that they’ve seen the floating feature on Maps from September. While the majority of users weren’t capable of accessing the feature prior to.