Introducing #LetsGuide, a new celebration of the community’s interests and passions.
There’s a fun new infographic that shows what you’ve shared on Google Maps.
Now, Google Maps shows how many people have seen and liked your reviews.
Here are three tips for our first weekly list challenge.
When you create public lists on Google Maps, you can show visitors the best places to go in your city. Now, you can make them even more useful.
One of the top ideas from this year’s Summit is ready for you to try. Here’s how to turn on Proximity Alerts.
Caption: A screenshot of a sample contributions email displayed on a mobile device.
We’re unveiling something new at our pop-up store in New York: Drop in, and help build a monument to LGBTQ civil rights.
We want to know what you'd like to see on Voyager in 2018. Check out all of this year's stories, and add your ideas in the comments.
One of your most-requested features just went live! Now you can uncover missing info on Google Maps for iOS.
Show local love for your favorite small businesses in the U.S. on social by sharing your photos with #SmallThanks and @google; select businesses will get marketing support from Google.
Local Guides in Hyderabad got together to celebrate their city’s famous dish. Watch the video!
We have great news for Local Guides who share thoughtful, thorough, detailed reviews of places on Google Maps: Now, they’re worth twice as many points.
Lists have arrived on your desktop. Now when you find places on Google Maps, you can save them to lists that will sync across your devices.
Want to support small businesses in November? Post photos from your favorite stores for a chance to be featured.
You don’t need a fancy camera to take photos like the amazing @Davo_dw. Here’s how he captures beautiful landscapes with nothing more than a phone.
This adventurous Local Guide builds community through photography.
Local Guides contributed millions of wheelchair accessibility answers to Google Maps in September.
We’re introducing new badges to celebrate four kinds of top contributors on Google Maps. Here’s how to earn them al
This week, 150 top Local Guides from around the world will meet in San Francisco for #LGSummit17. Here’s how to follow along.
Join one of the 100+ meet-ups to improve wheelchair-accessibility information on Google Maps.
You’re Invited! #SmallThanks at Heinz Lofts in Pittsburgh, Tuesday 9/19 from 4-8pm.
Do you have questions about the new video feature on Google Maps? We’re hosting a Connect Q&A to get you answers.
Local Guides can now see their submitted and approved meet-ups as well as meet-ups they’ve registered to attend.
This month, get together to answer wheelchair-accessibility questions on Google Maps.
SOS Alerts is a new set of features in Google Search and Maps to help you quickly understand what’s going on and decide what to do during a crisis.
Today, we’re inviting Local Guides to commit to sharing accessibility knowledge on Google Maps.
Local Guides on Android have the chance to add the first-ever videos to millions of places.
There’s a new way to learn and share knowledge about places on Google Maps for Android, and we’re inviting Local Guides to try it now.