Google Maps Finally Brings Back Reordering Destinations & More

Sep 3, 2008 • 8:33 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

When Google Maps redesigned a couple months back, many users became extremely upset. Why? Because Google pulled a few features that users felt were critical to the mapping product. Those features included the ability to reorder the your destinations and also the time it takes to go between point A, B, C and so on.

Google's Maps Guide Brian has announced in a Google Groups thread that those features are back.

Here is a quick video of the new design and how reordering works:

As Brian explained and as you can see from the video above, "you can control everything in the box displaying all of your locations at the top of the left panel. When you scroll over the green circles, you'll notice that you can click and drag locations to rearrange them." Plus, Google added back the "driving times between segments of a multi-way trip."

Forum discussion at Google Groups.

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