How to Mark Parking Spots in Google Maps

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Google Maps, one of the most popular apps used for navigation, has added a new feature to its platform, with the help of which users can now mark parking spots. This feature will remind you where you parked your car. All you have to do is park your car and open the app and mark the location. This feature is very important for those people who have a vehicle and roam around in the crowd.

How to Mark Parking Spots in Google Maps

In this way the new feature will save your current location and the P icon will appear on the maps. Not only that, you can also add a new interface to save other information. For example, you can adjust dot location, type notes, or add photos to parking locations.

How to Mark Parking Spots in Google Maps

Before using this feature, you have to make sure of a few things. First, you need to have an updated version of the Google app and the Google Maps app. Also, your smartphone should be running Android Marshmallow or above or iOS 10 or above. Also, make sure that you have enabled location service on your smartphone, and that the Google Assistant should get all the necessary permissions.

How to Mark Parking Spots in Google Maps

Well, let us now explain to you step by step how you can mark parking spots in Google Maps:

step 1: First, you need to park your car.

Step 2: Once you’ve parked, you’ll need to open the Google Maps app.

Step 3: Now, tap on the blue pin, which shows your current location.

Step 4: After tapping, you will see three options on the screen.

Step 5: Select ‘Save Your Parking’ option.

Step 6: You can add information including photos, parking numbers and more.

That’s it, your parking spot will be marked.

How to find the location of a parked vehicle

Now, when you want to find your parked car or vehicle on Google Maps, all you have to do is open the app and tap on the option ‘Saved Parking’. You can also tap on Direction.

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Story first published: Saturday, May 28, 2022, 13:30 [IST]

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