New feature of Google Maps will allow users to change missing road information

Google is due to update its map editing function in the near future to permit users to change roads or directions. Google will allow users with a new road editing tool to update their maps. Incorrect information or the right information that may be added to support other users is also removed by Google Maps users.


Users can realign, rename or remove incorrect road names with this new feature and add missed road names. According to an official company site, the feature will be available in over 80 countries in a few months, where users can post road updates.

How to use Google Maps Editor Tool:

In order to make improvements, Google has released an advanced desktop editing tool. If you see the road missing on you can simply press the side menu button, go to 'Map edit' and select the 'Missing Road' option.

The latest "drawing" experience is close to the method for paints from Microsoft. This tool can be used to guide, rename roads, alter course, update or remove improper roads by adding missing roads. Google also allows users to tell anyone that full data such as dates, reasons, and directions is blocked on a road so that information can be greatly increased and users can be supported. Google will not rely exclusively on users and will review the changes submitted before releasing them to ensure that suggestions and edits are right or wrong.


Google Maps will soon enable a new feature known as 'Photo updates.' This new feature allows users, without a full review, to share information about a location. Google will also enable users to add images to their location.

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