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This article was published on August 30, 2012

Google Map Maker gets the Google+ treatment so you can ‘map with your friends’

Google Map Maker gets the Google+ treatment so you can ‘map with your friends’ Image by: Dawn Hudson - Fotolia
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You can now share your Google Maps edits and reviews with people connected to you on Google+, the Google Maps team just announced … on Google+.

That basically means people can now share from Map Maker – which is a crowdsourcing initiative that lets users improve and enrich Google Maps – to their Google+ circles.

All you need to do is navigate to the Map Maker content you’d like to share, such as a specific edit or a neighborhood, hit the ‘Share’ button and select who you want to share it with (choosing from your Google+ circles or individual people, or by email).

You can then ask people to review your edits and request more input and details from locals.

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